H f Ml
It was the nfterndon of a; clear
February Jay, bright sky above,
capital sleigbing bcnsatliVand a keen,
knife-like midway between, j when
Silas Monteague's superb chesnut col
ored horses were checked in front of
the plate-glass windows of aj fash
ionable coiffeur's establishment, just
out of the whirl and tumult ofBroadJ
Way, and a young latly of about seven
teen alighted from the chocolate col
ored coupe to enter tbe dominion of
pomatum and frisettos.
The knight of comb and scissors
advanced briskly from behind , the
counter to meet his pretty customer,
who twas dress in velvets and sables
that-might have, and probably did,
cost a small fortune.
'Don't let me interrupt you Mr.
Macasser,- 8aid the lady, carelessly
sinking down on a crimson brocatelle
sofa, and glancing toward two wo
men with whom the coiff'er had been
in deep conversation at the moment of
her entrance. 'I can wait a few minu
. tea perfectly well.'
'You are very kind, Miss lonta
gue, but our business is completed,'
he added in a lower tone of, voice.
'Only some womn come to sell - their
liair. You see they have stepped in
side for our cutter to take it off.'
j To sell their hair?' repeated . Miss
fCertainly, ma'am. Its a very com
mon thing, I assure you, more partic
ularly since it has become usual to
Wear the hair short. And then hard
times, you know'
'But surely it is impossible to get
enough to be any compensation for. the
loss of a fine head of hair said the
young lady, earnestly.
'Oh, you are mistaken. For long,
luxuriant hair of a good, colorsuch
- hair, for instance, as yours, Miss Montague-
we give as much as three dol
lars.? . 'Three dollars!' repeated the girl,
scornfully. ;' ' .
-'Hair will soon grow again, Miss
Montague,' said the hairdresser, shrug--ging
his shoulders. 'In what way
can I serve you to-day ?'
'I came in to request you to send
some one to arrange my hair to-morrow
'Mrs. Warrener's ball?' smoothly
interposed the man, who appeared to
be au jfciii in fashionable intelligence.
'Certainly, to be sure. I will send
Francois. What jewels do you wear?'
'Only a small wreath of netted
pearls round the braids.'
" And Macassar bowed his fair young
patroness out of the store with srail
mg complaisance. She stood a mo
ment on the step, as if thinking, then
spoke to the liveried servant on the
'You may drive home, John. I
i shall not need you any more to-day,'
she said quietly. -
John touched first his srold banded
hat anA then his horses, and in a few
j moments was out of sight, very glad
to be relieved.
- . ---- - if' '
j - Then,, and not till then, Miss Mon
tague walked briskly away; brushing
; the pavements of obscure streets with
i her costly silk as if she cared not for
j Ita lustrous splendor, treading narrow
j alleys, and at length ascended the un
; carpeted stjairs of a tenement house
going if the third storyv
i The xloor was opened by a pale,
shadowy-looking woman, scarce older
j in the calendar of years than Miss
I Montagrue herself, but alas ! how much
j more a&ed in the record of care and
'Flora, dearest, how- kind this is of
-For Flora ; Mon tague had thrown
her arms round the slender figure,
and was showering kisses on the pale
forehead with true girlish warmth of
'Yoii can'tle more surprised to
see me, Lizzie, than I am to be here!
I was out shopping, when suddenly
the idea occurred to me of stealing an
Interview with you. So I sent
John home, and h.re I am.',
'But, Flora, what would my uucle
ay ?' -
He never will know,' said Flora,
demurelyr 'And besides, Lizzie, my
conscience docs uot condemn me for
this visit; Papa's conduct has been so
unkind, so act ually inhuman toward
you. Think of it, dearest. After giv-
lngyoun luxurious home until now, to
turn Jyou out of doors just for Carry
ing a poor artist and you Jus sister'
Tme,' -aid the delicate young crea-
1 ture whom Flora addressed as Lizzie.
I Yet if it were not for Clement's con
; tinued illness and poverty, I should
never for a moment regret that
h The door was rudely pushed open
! at this moment.- without even the !
trifling formality of a' warning knock,
ana a wiry jieau, whu suaru , ieinc ;
eyes to match, was t
-- i- ::cr
niously in. ; 1
Lizzie turned very pale and clasp
ed her wand fingers tightly together-
'but- , - 1 1 'J :v -f ' -
The head and eyes now. advanced
entirely into the room, with the short,
thick-set figure toi
which they be-
'Look here, marm said the man
harshly, 'this is the third week you've
had this 'ere two rooms, " and not a
red cent of rent have I set fives on.
Need'nt tell me your husband's sick ;
there's enough tenants I can get with
out sick husbands. 1 I don't want to
hear no excuses they don't amount
to nothing. I jest want you to under
stand this much : if them three dol
lars ain't paid down) before the clock
strikes five, ou you (go, bag and bag-
ease, on the navenieut. I've stood
this kind o' nonsense long enough.'
He disappeared I closing the door
behind him with a bang that made the
walls rattle. Flora had listened to
the brief colloquy with paling cheek,
which grew still whiter as Lizzie
burst into a paroxysm of bitter tears,
binding her facie in ner hands. Flora
arose and bent over the bowed form
with a caressing touch.
.'Dearest, are things really as bad
as this?' ;
Lizzie replied only by sobs
'Can't you contrive to raise the
money to pay this man?'
'How can I V moaned Lizzie.
'Everything we have except the very
bed Clement lies on, is sold or pawn
ed. L am faint Trom'4Iack of bread, and
it is impossible to get even the most
poorly paid work.'
. Flora's lip quivered. She had never
seen poverty in this ghastly guise be
lore. - i
Oh, if I could help you,' she sigh
ed. 'But papa never gives me any
money ; he pays my. bills cheerfully,
but everything passes through his
'It would kill Clement to be mov
ed,' sobbed Lizzie. 'If I could but ob
tain the three dollars I would not
care.for aught else.' j
As Flora bent over; her cousin, one
shining braid of glossy golden hair
became detached from its fastening
and fell from beneath her bonnet.
She put nplier hand! mechanically to
replace it, and at that moment she re
membered Air. Maccassar's words.
'Lizzie! she exclaimed, impetu
ously, 'wait a few minutes and yon
shall have the money; I will be back
in half an hour.'
And she hurried away with crim
son cheeks and sparkling eyes.
Mr. Macassar was lounging over a
neSvspaper when Miss Montague en
tered his luxurious! room a second
'Sir,' she said, and advancing close
to the counter, and) speaking in a
tremulous tone, 'I have concluded to
have my Jiair cut oflj will you give
three dollars for it?'
The spruce coiffure started. Was
Miss Montague in earnest, or was this
only a jest? - j
' 'Why do you not answer me?' she
asked, sharply. )
'Certainly, Miss Montague,' stam
mered the hairdresser recovering his
tongue. 'I shall be most happy if you
wish it. Please step this way.'
Poor Flora ! Never had her golden
waves of hair seemed half so lovely
and lustrous as they j did at the mo
ment that the deft fingers of Francois
unbraided them and passed the cruel,
gleaming scissors among the bright
strands. And when Mr. Macassar,
with polite alacrity) presented herj
with a bank note, the big "3" might
as well have been an Egyptian
hieroglyphic for all that her tearll
swjmmjng eyes could decipher of it.
iShe carried the money to Lizzie, and
then, woman-like, Went home, looked
in ihe glass, and then cried heartily.
For she had been passing proud of
those pale brown tresses, -threaded
with gold and blendyig into auburn
lights at every turn of her daiutv
head. And now they are all gouc 1
ail: gone! j
Who is that pretty girl jusLcotr
Uig: in the room, i the white crape,
w.th blue forget-me-nots in her hair.
and the little short jdancing curls,
like bits of coiled sunshine, round her
head ?'The sneaker was an
ately drwed young man, who stood
,:k fa j . ..
Mr.v rT , T?ytai
.nM. W arrener bnlhantljr lighted
r gn .oong ge-eman, w.th large
hlack ejresand somewhat haughty, '
although handsome face. He had bent
eagerly forward at his, companiou s
.fit can't be possible If he exclaimed
'And yet-j-it isl'Mis Montague 1'
: 'Faith, Giloryy you're right I' ejacu
lated ' young f Man vers, 'Flora Mou-
tauge, and none elsci But what on
earth has the bewithchlng little fairy
done with tha glorious hair of hers ?
Cut it off to be in fashion, I'll be
ound !' . , L rit
. fl do not tl i ak.. said Gilory, con
tracting Ibis ! eyebrows, "that Miss
Montague is, one to enslave herself to
all the idle freaks of the, reigning
mode.' i j I
f if' !
'I know you're a sworn admirer of
the young lady,! Gilory returned his
companion laughingly ; but women
are alike !' 1 I i
'All women are alike 1" The words
fell like molten iron on Clarence Gil
roy's heart. Vas it indeed so? Had
the idle dream ithat Flora was better
and nobler , than the rest of her sex,
proved but a vanishing delusion, af
ter all? He ripembered the words he
had heard her ' speak but an evening
or two before :
'Nothing shall ever induce me to
have mv hairj cut off in the absurd
- j . i - f
way that people call fashionable.'
She had not scrupled to perjure
herself then ; she was unthinking
and frivolous! as the idlest butterfly
that ever j fluttered around the flower
gardens of society. He turned away
silently ; and jwhen Flora Montague's
innocent, violet blue eyes were raised
smilingly toward his! face, they en
countered a cold repellant gaze that
the fair young girl was unable entire
ly to comprehend.
The spray of the blue forget-me-nots
had fallen from Miss Montague's
hair, and she had gone into the com
parative solitude of the conservatory
with saucy Nellie Hyde, to re-arrange
them. One chandelier alone
diffused its soft luster among acac
ias and tea-roses, from shades of crim-som-tinted
glass, and the two girls
stood directly beneath its pink glow
all unconscious that Clarence Gilory
leaned against the further door, a
few steps beyond in the shadow of a
blossoming tropical vine, whoso fiery
scarlet stars almost touched his fore
'Do you know, Clory said Nellie,
ss she adjusted the truant flowers, and
stepped backward to observe the gen
eral effect, 'that everybody is wonder
ing what in the world possessed you
to cut off that splendid golden hair
of yours?' Some lay it to the score of
vanity others to that of caprice
'Nellie!' said the soft serious voice
of Flora, with a tremulous falter in
its accents, 'I never meant to reveal
the secret to any living soul, but I
cannot bear that you, dearest, should
imagine me capeble of such frivulous
folly. I will itell you just why it was
cut off, if you will promise me to keop
the secret within your bosom.'
'I promise said Nellie, passing
her arm caressingly around Flora's
waist. Clarence Gilory moved uneasi
ly amid the moving leaves and fiery
dropping stars of his fragrant screen.
But he could not well retreat now ;
and besides it is not a very dignified
characteristic to record of such a
stately individual as Mr. Clarence
Gilory, but there certainly was a keen
impulseof curiosity to learn why Flora
Montague had cut oft the lovely tresses
of which she well knew him to be
such an enthusiastic admirer.
And so, not without a secret mis
giving, he played the part of listener.
'You know resumed Flora, 'all
about my poor Cousin Lizzie's mis
fortunate marriage with Clement Per
cy.' : ;
And she went on to tell the simple
story of her adventure the day be
fore, with Sjiich pathps that Nellie j
Hyde was in tears ere the recital was
finished. And there was another
pair of eyes not very fur off, slightly
'I had no money pursued Flora
'I felt that it would not be honorable
to sell anything that papa had given
me, -knowing his feelings1 on the sub
ject, and so- W as it very wron"-
to sell my hair Nellie ? "If you could
have seen how welcome Ihe money
was to poor Lizzie I
1 ' t i ' . ' -
When at length the jconservatoy's
perfumed ajsles were vacant, and Cla
rence Gilroy left his nook among the
vines he felt that one glimpse into
Flora Montague's heart was worth
half the fortune that imade him the
ilnl nf m nnnn t
m "'"'"o MMMuuiiis ana
gM daughter,.: The ecli,e
upon his soul had passed away.
was astonished very a-reeahlr ,1.'.
recent of an anoaamous letter
nS .banknote for fifty dollars,
And the . next day after that-FIora
stole, around ( to , tell, her cousin that
she was engaged ' to Clarence Oilroy
i' 'And when I have, a .hoinelof my
own, dearest she said, 'you and Cle
raent shall; share it.. . Clarence . said
SO.' :- I., j. : ' : W
S t i i :
X M!rs, ' QUroy kept the word that
.Flora Montague had pledged.
: It cannot be too often remarked
that kindness is one of; the virtues
that hardly (ever ifaii , to produce an
effect-; kindness "in season and out of
season ;" kindness which! is in every
one 8 power. How very much the
wheels of, life would lie smoothed,
how much.. every one woald add to
the sum of total lmmau happiness if
every one j would take hold of any of
tlie many opportunities which every
situation briers to be kind, courteous,
easy and agreeable tovarjl tlie chance
travelers that he meets j on his jour
neys : towards the chance sufferers
that he comes across ! It is never for
gotten. The boy at school never for
gets the kindness of an elder school
fellow. The poor, solitary, and way
worn man or woman never forgets
the pressure of a kind, feeling hand.
the glance of a loving, sympathetic
eye. A cup of cold water given un
expectedly at the moment will indeed
not "lose its reward." Dean Stanly.
MEDICINE FOR THE
A medioliml com
pound of known value
combining in one prep
aration (ha curative
lowers for the evils
which produce all dis
eases of i he Blood, the
f.iret; the Jiftltiey.
Harm less in action and
thorough : in its effect.
Ills unexcelled for the
cure of all It I awl lyim
vtsiva Mich as Sfrnf
nli. Tnfoi-. Itoiln,
Tetter. Salt It lie tint,
ii.'teti unit tutu. Jler
Ittfipe itfia, M ntli
!f est ion , Sour Stom
neh. Retention of
ASK YCU3 DRUGGIST
TEC ESOTTii CEEIUCiL C3.
For Blood Diseases.
For Liver Complaints.
For Kii!ny Diseases.
For Scrofula Disease:
For ErTltf1ss, I imples, .
E every function to mnn hotiithAii .Hnn j i.
It is the best Blood PnrlHer ornt ctlranl.tn.
K Ums benefit in an disPases: '
g 1 n p 1 : i n i n i a tl n rj t h c i m pu ri ties of t h e blood, the
m riainrai and nocefsarv result ia ihrurinrun,A
Ejilons and other Ms:n Eruptions and Diseases.
Ej tiiHiiding Canopps, UUers and other SoresT
U ryspopsin.Vrak.iu's.s of theStomncb.Constl-
"""" Kituno", v?uerni ijoDiiity, etc.. are
cured hy the S:fe Kilter. It, ia unequaied
a an appetizer an,! n;;ular tonici : H
ItlsatiiedifinewhichHhould bo In every fam
ily, and .which, wherever nsed, will save the
payment of many doctors' bills. ;
Bottlea of two sites ; prices, 60 cents and tljOO.
dics arc sold
ES?1 TT TT nri MTTm nn
se"Rend for Pamphlet
Onr Universal Liniment F01 -'Man ami
Heast. A certain cure f.,r Pains, Aehes
I5rn if b, &c.
Mannf ictnrtrl at
BA KKEU'H Dm--We.
AROUND fjifi CORNER
TO THE PiiSliC OREETIilS :
JULIAN &FR ALE Y,
CaMast Makers ai Carpsiters.
Tlieir prices are ns low as it is possible to
make tlieui, au.l their work not inferior to any.
Tiiey Hi I orJeis in two department.
Their ready made sto' k in hand comprises
a general assortment of notice furniture Bed
stead, Iure.tup, Clothes I'resse, Lonnjief,
Itac'kM. Wardrn'.te, I'ook-Cases, Ciipuoard.-and
Chi'im1 Presses, CaudleStniidi2, TinjtSsifiei, Desk.
Tat)le4, Waslistantls, Chair-, &.c. Tliey also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine and poplar, fro?n upwards.
Al, Window Sih. They (ill orders without
vexations delays. Will contract for carpenter's
work and warrant satisfaction. Wjtl take rood
lnmrer anl mnntry produce in ejechanpe for
furniture. sdiop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JULIAN & FliALEY.
PARSONS SXTFF, Still increasing
n favor. Try it. It is mild and pure.
For sale by J. U. (Jaskii.l.
ti ZZT Iz i
fulJlJ I' r: r o II
BURIAL - OA SKETS !
1 1ave inBt received and hare on exhi
bition in the Room Above the Hardwar
Store of Messrs. Crawford & Taylor a ve
ry Handsome Assortment of 13 a rial Cas
kets to which public attention is 'invited
' ", . - THEY AUK OF .'i
VERY NEAT STYLES,
Carefully Made and of various Grades. .AVi 11
be sold low., Persons wishing anything of the
kind should call and Bee them I am prepaied
to Undertake aud furnish everything reqnir
ed. Special attention to Preserving Bo
dies from DifcoIorine."a ' I hav- had much
personal experience in thiamine and feel ture
of giving satisfaction.
0. W. 0. W00LTOTE.
Nov. 25, 1879.
GrEORG-E A. CLARK.
400 BEOADWAY NEW YORK;
The distinctive f natures of this soool cotton are
mat u is macie irom tne very nnest
SEA ISLAND COTTON
Tt Is finished soft as the cotton from which It 1?
maae; It lias no vaxlnsr or artitielal ilnlsh to deceive
the eves; it is the strongest, smoothest and most
elastic se.vlnor thread In the market: lor machine
sewing it has no equal; it Is wound on
The Black Is the most perfect
ever prod need ! n pnnleotTon. bl ntr d ved hv a svsterr.
patented by ourselves. The colors are dyed by the
NSW ANILINE PBOCSSS
nderlnor them so perfec t and brilliant that dress-
to trlve if :i f:1ir trinl :itk1 mnvln-f f hPin'Mivt it Itu
1 , 7,
Tb be had at wholesale retail from
J. D. GAS KILL
Salisbury X. C.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Will cure or prevent Disease.
Xo Hottsa will die of Colic, Bots or Lxnro F
vsk. If Foutz'8 Powders are used 1 n't hue.
l outz's Powders will cure and prevent Hon Cholera.
Foutz'g Powders will prevent Gapes IX Fowls.
FoaiSt Powders will Increase the quantity of niillc
and cream twenty per cent., and make tlie butter firm
Foutz'8 Pc-Tvders will core or prevent almost kvkst
D18KASB to which Horses and Cuttle are sr.i'ii'Ct.
Fotrrz's Pownucs w ill sits Satisfactios.
J3AVIO E. FOtTTZ. Proprietor,
Theo. F. Klutts. Agent,
2:Gui Salisbury, N. C.
GRAY'S S?ECIFiG MEDICINE.
TOADC MARRTlietireat EDK'llshTRADE MARK
KtMtDf ; An xm
WcrvV falling dire for
& seminal Weakness,
on-fHi fa Pi rmatorrliea.
fy diseases that follow
as a sequence or
s:il lassitude, Pain
,ln the Hark, Diiu
remature Old Atre.
nessof Vision, l remature old Ape, and manv 7i
EtfCRZ TAILSQ-ln the Hark. Dim-AFTF) TAr
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
ZST Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we
lesire to send free by mail to every one. rThe
speellic Medicine Is s ld by all drupirtst at fl per
iuevvvr six packages i. r or win ne sent iree
hy mail on rneelpt of the m mey by addressing1
CRAY MEDICINE CO..
MSCHCi'W' Hl.lM'K, lKTI!OIT. MlCIT.
t?"ohl In Salisbury and everywhere by all
best i;j m uuhiu
Tmprire I?-Csr? SotJa i of a
ftllshflr dirty vrlifte c3or. it may
appear wliit, exaino4l f.-v 11
e!r, but a COiflPAUiKO.M Vi'TTlI
nitTKrri a- At!i nid
HAMMKIS" BliAND will mliow
See thnt je-y r'p''nr: !
whUeand FI ni:,aHBlioUtl he
SiniLAU SVLiSJCA.SCii Uel for
A pimplo hv.t forfro tpst of tr-i pomra'etivc
value ot different brands of Poi!.!- ij b dnoire n
dessert fpoonful n( pm'U kind wiih ahoutapiut
of watr hot Trei?rre3) in rlear plass . tt irrii-.?
until all is ihoroiiphiy diMWlvcd. Thnrieletp
rioun insoluble mlN r in thf inferior Hod will
be shown after Fettlmjr nomc twpnty minute or
sooner, by the milky upDenranc- ot'the rMtlutam
and the quantity of floating Cocky matter ac
cording to quuhty.
Be snre nrid Rsk for Chnreh ft Co.' finS and
pee that 1 heir name is on the pHotsaije and uu
will (ret the purest arid rhitest ni'irte. Tho uiu
t this with sour milk, in prelerpnoe to Baking
Powder, eaves tweiity time ita coat.
Sea one pond pnekage for valuable inform
Lion and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR BROCER.
Siipr again Traiplant!"
FIRST PREFillUJi AVARDZD
STAT B PAliR.
Note the : following improvements: An
Elegant guilded stand. Improved Bobbin
t a. . -
winder, wmus inreact witnout runnin"
tliemacliine. Improved patent Journal, which
THE LIGHTEST SUrtfiNG MACHINE
BEFORE TIIE PUBLIC. !
Sold cheap for cash, or small monthly
instalments, at the ofucd of the Sinp-er
Manufacturing Company, next door to
Barker's Drus; Store. I
The "NEW AMERICAN"
more wnrli with less lahnr thai anj ntk.r
J. S. DOFEY, Mana-cr.
1 UU-.? '1 ,m-f:
fW'Wl ' l 'Only Sowins Machine ;!
m Best Family Seingil
MERONEYS & ROGERS, Agents, Salisbury, Ni C u
Price from $2fto 845. r
I do not hesitate to say the American Machine surpasses all other maoliinoa . n: 1
in; all the work thai other machines can, it
from Swiss Muslin to iieavtr cloth. 1 have
tiud the American is superior to them all.
I have used the Singer and other machines,
MeeonevA Beo., Agenl American Sewing
Sies: 1 have used the Howe, Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Wilcox & Gibbs, Sewinp v-'r
chines, and would not give the American for ail of lliem." It will do all that is claiiuedf ;U
in the circular.
I coitfider it superior to all
Fee-Simple Deeds, Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' Deeds, SheriffiT
Deeds. Chattlc Mcrtgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage f and ,Cqnfiriuton Certificates -3f
Distillers' Entries, and vtuious other forms for sale at tlie Mi
Administrators, executors, commissioners,
call on us for printed sale notices. It is
their property at public auction w ithout first giviner ample notice of the sale The rji
quircments of the law on the subject evry bodv'kmnvs are insufficient. twl'S''!
I nftpn Silfrifipi'fl frtmi tins psikii ulii.n a
- . . v..v .. v..,,
sacu it aim maae it uring its value. VVejurnish sale notices promptly a
Who lias once nseil the PEOPLES MACHINE will prefer it over all others, and.
III 111 I - . i I S2a- , , . .
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics Liens, (or sale at this Ollico
SHOP connected with Brown & Verble's Livery
- tai'le8. wru designs of Shoes, to suit any
Clplesand WARRANTED All Lln.Khtnl-wmltl.lr,.
inirc ui loot, au snne ii' on stMi't v u cntin. nnn
All kinds blacksmithing
Subscribe for the ratehnian onlj $f
I The PEST Wt-eklyin Western North
1 Carolina-Only $10 a year in advance
Jff, cj in fiery' Leir
learned, does Aol-pet out o? orr xa . ,, '.
.wdv.usu v.in.u r 'urn.srtHrt
mklna r i-. . " Cl
WANTED. : 1
(14 N. Charles Street. 'Baltimore id 1 tl
oversea m and works button Hol8 in any f j,
ustd Sinavcc. llowe and V.i Hr;.i,:" . f-fc
; -..;.- t1. .. . , , - x . '
. '1ISSM.KUXLEDGE. i
and would not exchange 'Tlie 'American' t
. MKS.U.N.BRlViii vl "!
Si lifihtirv. X. C. Mav 9.1 i i
Machine : " ' J !
others I have ever seen.
' MRS. GEO. V. IIARRISOX.
sheriff?!, constables, mrents. fcc. are advKfA
certain 1 v ereat iniiistice to owncm tn m. J:
iloll.n - nr'tu-n eiumf'Jn i H-
.... i v, cum in innui M " 111 II! lit IISVP
and then p.
J - rib
AOKXTS selling it fintl it jnst what tlie
PEOPLE want. It makes the shuttle lock,
-stitch, rims easily, does the widest range of 1
vik, and winds tlie bobbins without runnTng
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