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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5 & 6.
WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, Dec. 22. Weather forecast for Saturday and | Sunday: ? Virginia?Fair Saturday; Sunday probably rain; variable winds, mostly] light to fresh easterly. North Carolina?Rain Saturday and Sunday; preceded by fair in extreme eastern portion Saturday; light to fresh easterly winds. Norfolk it nil Vlrllilty. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; nearly stationary temperature; '"Variable winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY'. December 22, 1S99. Maximum temperature . 54 Minimum .temperature . 34 Normal temperature . 45 Departure from normal - minus 11 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.Plus 290 Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since first of month.59 Mean relative humidity?per cent.. CALENDAR. Sun vises at 7:15 a. hi. and sets at 4:53 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 1:23 a. m. and | at 1:17 p. m.; low wnter at 7:18 a. in. I and 7:40 p. m. Old Point?High water at 1:02 a. m. lind 12:5G p. m.; low water at 0:57 a. m. and 7:19 p. m. ,ti k n i law*. The Norfolk Hank for Savings and Trusts. Norfolk Vu. December 20. 1899. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of this bank, for tho election of directors for the ensuing year, will bo held at Its banking house. 2H". Main street, on Tuesday, the Olli day of January, 1PO0. between the hours of 12 in. and 2 v. m. dc20-ldm W. W. VICAIt, Cashier. ?nilMKNEKm ? im.?: At ?o\ 1)11. U.I. ACADEMY i ^A..^r PRICES?Night, 25, 50. 75c. nnd SI. Mat? inee, fiO cents df22-at ACADEMY"[ W^^.??7: -MR. C1IAS. COWLES, Presenting McK.ce Rankln'S beautiful New England Piny, A COUNTRY MERCHANT. A few tears, and continuous laughter. de38-3t hUDJTORIUM THEATRE! JAS. m. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House Playing High Class Acls. Christmas Perfumery If yen had a Roso Rush nnd each rose l;e>il Its perfume In a little bottle In the center It would be no sweater, purer or more lasting than the following perfume We offer you. Your favorite odor Is sine to be here, for our stock embraces al? most every known good perfume: French's Perfume, In Cut Glass nnd RohemUn Ware; Seeley's. Pluand's, Roger & Gnlette's, 4711 Farina. Ask for one of our handsome calendars. McCURDEY & McCURDEY, Prescription Pharmacists, 406 Main St., 733 Church St? opp. Hotel Norfolk. Cor. Calvert. _SEVEN GOOD SMOKES FOR 23c. IT IS A MISTAKE ?To wait unlll you are ready to use your Fresh Milk. Xnias Cream, WHIPPING CREAM or Fresh Butter Milk hefore ordering us. Yes, we deliver orders to any part of the city on short notice. CITY DAIRY PHONE 102. 512 E. MAIN. A PIANO.... -If you contemplate buying a -Piano within tho next thirty days. -It will pay you to call and see our -magnltleent Xmas slock of Pianos. -For llfty-elght yt-ars Uie ST El FF -PUno has been before the public. -It is unexcelled for sweetness of -tone, touch, durability and artistic -finish. ST1EFF PIANO WARERQOMS, MONTICELLO, GRANBY ST. PIANOS TUNED. BOTH PHONES 1100. N?TIGE OF THIRD DIVIDEND Office of Theodore S Garnctt, ) Trusteo Sr Receiver of Rurruss, Son &? Co) 224 Citizens' Bank Building. Norfolk Va.) DIVIDEND OF TEN PER CENT-, will be paid to all creditors of Burruss Son & Co., on presentation of Receiver's Certifi? cate at this offico between the hours of 10 a. m. and S p. m. on and after the 20T11 DAY OF DECEMBER, 1S99. THEODOBE S. GARNETT, Trustee and Receiver of Burruss. Son & Co. del7-lw Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a sultahle memorial In marble or gran. Re can be readily made from our stock, for wo carry the largest assortment of finished designs in the South. THE COUPER'MARBLE WORKS F.?l*htlaU?<l .10 Years. A&?lll3 Hwnk m, >?>rloik, Yn. CHRISTMAS MUSIC To Be Heard in Norfolk Churches Sunday and Monday. Ciu-i-fully Arrnutrcd I'rogriiuii TImt Will lln i: c:ki v 11 it nt Iii? fliurclioa Nnmod-MMCrcd Souk Iii ii? Ueniily nuil Purity, Christmas mtislc will hi an attractive feature at several of the churches of Norfolk to-morrow and Monday. Elab? orate programs have been arranged with great care, and It goes without saying that those who attend will be, entertained with sacred song in all Its beauty und puiity. Below will be found some of the programs: SACBED HEART CHURCH. Rev. T. J. Wilson, pastor?Chanted ma^s at S and 11 o'clock a. Organ Voluntary.Schubert I Kerle.Rosewlg's .n F Gloria.Ro-ewlg's In F Offertory. "Adeste Fldeles".Novello, As solo, duet, trio and quartette. Credo.Rosewlg's in F Sanc.tus.Rosewlg's in F Agnus Del.UosewIg'S in F Mrs. J. P. Kevlll. soprano; Miss Lu cllle Hudgins, soprano: Mies Gertrude Green, soprano; Mrs. I-. de R. Berry, alto; Miss Blanch La Duo. alto: Mr. J. Elwood Duncan, tenor: Mr. .1. E. Pen tress, tenor; Mr. .1. Pollard Kleves, bass; Mr. Charles It. Hudglns, lass. Mr. James W. Casey, organist anil choirmaster. CHRIST CHURCH. Christmas music' at Christ P. E. Church will be rendered Monday, 11 a. m.. which is Christmas day, and not Sunday, as that is the roiirth Sunday In Advent, according to our church cal? endar. .1. J. Miller. Program of music at Christ Church Christmas day, 11 a. ni.: Organ Prelude, VPnstoiula," from "Messiah".Handel Processional Hymn 51. Yen lie.Chant Gloria Patrl.Stalner To Dcum.Buck Bencdictus.-.Stalner Hymn 53, Kyrie Eleison.Buck Gloria Tibi. .B?ch Hymn 49 Sermon. Offertory Anthem. "When Christ Was Born c> Earth"?Da vies, organist Temple Church, Eon don. Sinsum i tarda.Gounod Sonctus.Gounod Communion Hymn 225. Gloria in ICxcclsis.Chant Recessional Hymn .IS. Organ Postludc, "Christmas March" .Merkel ST. DUKE'S CHURCH. Christmas, 11 a. in, Anthem. "Titus Speaketh the Lord of Hosts".Stalner Chorus and Organ. Venite In F.Toura Te Denm in F.Tours Jubilate in F..'.Tours Quartette, chorus and organ. Anthem, "Sing at Heavens''.Tours Quartette, chorus and organ. Quartette?Miss Hayner, Mrs. Berry, Mr. Puller. Mr. Williams. Mr. Henry MncLnchlau, organist and choirmaster. EPWORTH M. E. CHURCH. (MORNING.) "Blessed Bo tho Lord of Israel".... . Williams "Thus Speaketh the Lord of Hosts" . Stnnior Solo . Selected Mr. Tupmnn. (EVENING.) "O Zlon, Thou Bringest Good Tid? ings" .,. Stonier "There Wore Shepherds Abiding in I he Fields" . Vincent "A Dream of Paradise" . Gray Miss Sallle Kindred Williams. ST. PETER'S CHURCH. Morning? Processional Hvmn lit Venite.Piiin Chant Gloria Patrl. To Dcum in F.Steine Jubilate Deo In B Flat.King Hall Hymn 5S. Gloria Tibi. Hymn 324. 'Offertory, "The Star of Peace".,Parker Recessional b'A. Evening:? Processional Hymn '19. Gloria Patrl. Tozer's Evening Service in p. Hymn 55. Offertory, "Thus Speaketh the Lord" .Stalner Recessional HO. TRINITY M. E. CHURCH (11 O'CLOCK A. M.) Organ Voluntary. Anthem?"There Were Shepherds" . Baric By the Choir. Hymn f>9 . Congregation Prayer . Pastor Scripture Lesson. Hymn GO . Congregation Announcements. Anthem?"Joy to the World"... Gabriel Soprano Solo (Miss Lucille Snndorlln) and Chorus. Sermon. Prayer. HTCHilNSCS HUiVSORS RishPH, and Irritations Instantly relieved and sjieeilily cured by hot baths with CuTICUltA Bojki?, to cleanse the skin, gentle applications of QUTICDRA Ointment, tobrnl tho skin, and mild clones of Olitilillki RESOLVENT, to cool ami cleanse tho blond. Bold IhroiuhnutihevAiM. VoTTtll rini'n ivn Crp.x. C??r.f rr?ft?.,Ueit9B. "UcnioCuit skin Uumw,"tn? Hymn 03 . Congregation Benediction!, (7:30 O'CLOCK P. M.) Organ Voluntary. Anthem?"Happy News" .Tenney I (Soprano and Alto Solos and Chorus.) Miss Lydia Herbert, Mrs. A. Odell and | Chorus. Hymn 139 . Congregation I Prayer . Pastor Hymn 09 . Congregation Announcements. Anthem?"Star of Bethlehem" . (Soprano and Bass Solos and Chorus.) Miss Boulah Diehl. Mr. H. ~E. Dlehl nnd Chorus. Sermon. Prayer. Hymn 72 . Congregation Benediction. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ Prelude?"-March of the Wise Men".Dubois Hymn?"A Teste Fideles". Vohlt'e . Anglican Chant Gloria Patri? 1. Gregorian . 2. Stainer. To D-eiini (In G).J: B. Calkin Benedlctus (In G).J. B. Calkin Hymn 59. Gloria Tibi . Pleyel Hymn 51. Offeratory?"Noel" . Gounod (For chorus with soprano obligate) Sanetus . Garrctt Gloria In Excelsia.Old Chant Recessional Hymn 03. Organ Prelude?"March Pontlflcale" . Dela Toihbelle Soloists: Miss Neely. Miss WeHener. Mrs. Bethel, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Crowoil, Mr. Etherldge. Organist and Choirmaster. .,_Mr. \V. A. Jones, A. A. G. O. CHRIST?1 AS ENTERTAINMENT. OF TRINITY M. F.. CHURCH SUN? DAY SCHOOL. An ontertulnm nt will be given to the Sunday school of Trinity M. E. Church. South, Chtlstmtu i igiu at s o'clock. The following elaborate program has bc?n prepared for the occasion: Organ Voluntary. Anthem.Choir Prayer.Pastor Song, "Christians B Us".School Christin s G.-(ut'ns..H rbn-t Etherldge S 16, "Away In n Mutig r'V.Fa.- fchell Recitation, ''Clirlstma? Mottos".... .Four Girls Recitation.Nelly Perry Song and Recitations, "Twinkle. L!A ito Star".Klght Girls Re l it ion.Paul Derricsiii Recitation, ' In Ihe Orphan Hons "? .?e?lnh D ein Song.Ralph I> rrlcsnn, M. Hlekman Ri . nation. "Little Soldier". .Robert Diehl Recitation, "Turkey nnd Pumpkin" '.Annie Saundera S ng, "Angel's Song".School Recitation, "Christmas Tree". .Clara Schell Solo an.I Chorus, ' Cm islm is Bells" Mrs. tl. W. .I n s and litte, n girls. R citation, "M Try Christinas". .Nita Dorler R cllajl m, "My Dolly"..Mary Hickmnn Song, ''The Christmas Sixpence" .Nellie Perry and Nitn Dosier Recitation.Mabel B d<-to Solo, "The Mm Cor Vi All". .Ivy Bridges Distribution of Gifts. PpXolng'y. > Benedict ion.Pastor Norfolk Boy Discusses Expansion. The Christmas number of the Rich? mond College Messenger contains an I article entitled "The Problem of Prob 1 in ," by Fred R. Moore, n Norfolk boy In atten.lance on that school. He dis? cuss-, s "Expansion," and shows n thorough acquaintance with his sub? ject, handling It with skill and ability. Mr. Moore is ci graduate of Richmond C liege, ami Is now Inking a p ist-grad uato course. He was selected as one of the three contestants to represent that school in the joint debate with Rnndolph-Mncon College in the early futu re. Donth of an Estimable Lady. The venerable nnd esteemed Mrs. Caroline J. Camp, wife of Mr. Bos well T. Camp, passed away at the family residence. No. 90 Falkland street, at S o'clock Thursday night, from a stroke Of paralysis she,received early on ill it day. The deceased was advanced In years, being in her seventies. She was th.> mother of Mr. Frank II. Camp Misses Rosalie arid Kate M. Camp, and a sister of Messrs. A. s. and Henry P. Martin and .Mrs. Willinin B. Rodger*. Tho funeral will take place to-day. -.? For all aches, Capudine Is the certain remedy; certain, safe. 15 and 25c. at druggists. I'lntioO Pinn??! Pianos that last a lifetime: highest possible grade. You will lind it in tho "StietT." Rensonrfblo prices; liberal terms. STIEFP FACTORY WARER??MS, del9-5t Monllcello, Granby St. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms only, No. 324, corner Main nnd Talbot sts. N. E. of monument, established nearly 20 years. Enfccs, Dentist. New 'phone, 1,681. An endless variety of Silk Suspend? ers. A useful Christmas present, rtu dolphl & Wallace, 333 Main street. Last of the Contury. The Southern railway's dodger, ad? vertising "Holiday Excursion Rates" to and between nil points South, has this admonition or invitation, which, all things considered, Is amusing, if not puzzling: "It.-- sure and celebrate ihe Ins! Christmas of Ihe century by a sojourn amid the hospitalities of the South, and '.ravel via the Southern railway." If Christmas of ls'JO Is the laaf of the ccniury what will Christmas of 1900, the last year of ihr century, be? Lieut Bitlor in Norfolk. Lieutenant It. O. Hitler. U. S X.. who formerly had charge of the Hydro graphic ?fllce in this city for several years, arrived hero yesterday morning and is registered at the Montlcello, He was recently ordered to tho gupbnal Vixen as executive nfllcer and will as? sume his new command as soon as the repairs that are being made to his boat are completed. Tho Vixen Is now being repaired hi this navy-yard nnd wlSJ be in readiness at an early dale. SEABOARD MEDICAL AS? SOCIATION. TO MEET IX NEWPORT NEWS IN JANUARY. The Virglnlnn-Pllot herewith gives Inj purt the olllcial program of the next meeting of the Seaboard Medical As? sociation of Virginia and North Caro? lina, 'which takes place at Newport News the second Thursday and Friday in January. This convention will, in all probabil? ity, be the largest and most Interest? ing in the hkstory of the organization, and many valuable additions, numeri? cally, will he made. Norfolk and Eastern Virginia, as Is their custom, will be splendidly rep? resented, as the list will show, while some of the brighter medical lights of the "Old North State" will be present and address the society. Drs. Lynch, Lankford. Leigh. Old, Brown,- Kennon. Wilson, chiles, Qwath mey and others front Norfolk will read papers. The president of the Seaboard. Dr. L?den Lofton, is a Norfolk man, and his address will deal In a spicy way with matters medical, which will not only Interest the profession, but the public In no little way. Below will be found the program, which will be practically all the papers presented: Past and Present?Dr. L. R. Chiles. Norfolk. Ya. A Dangerous and often Fatal Symp? tom. Uecto-Colitis?Dr. Joel Crawford, Yale. V.l. .Typhoid Fever. Us History. The For iner and Present Treatment?Dr. .!. .1 Mann. Lonlsburg, N. C. The Surgical Treatment or Pelvic ih t! limitation?Dr. C. E. Moore. WllfiOli x. c Pelvic Drainaee ?Dr. Jlintus P Lynch, Norfolk. Vn. Therapeutic Value of Mothyllno Rlui in Malaria?Dr. .1. w. p. Smtthwlcli La Orange. N. C. Report of flnses of Malarial llematr lollnurlit, with remarks upon treat? ment?Dr. P. A. Nicholson, Wash? ington, X. C. The Physlloglc Action and Tbenpou tie Annlleatlon of Ouinine? Dr. M. Mot? ion. Bich Square. N. c. The Cause and Treatment of Impo pniia?De. Armistcad Taylne. Washing? ton, X. C. Remarks on the Etiology. Diagnosis and Treatment of Mastoiditis, nnd some of Ms more recent complications ?Dr. R. it. Kennon. Norfolk. Vn. Injuries of the Eve. with report of eases -Dr. A. E. Wilson. Norfolk. Vn. Snectrtc Urethritis?Dr. IL T. Bass. Tarboro. N. C. LactonhORphllte of Lime in Bone Sin-. trery?Dr. Southgalc Leigh, Norf >lk. Vn. Hemoglobtrpic Fever?;I?r. J. Emmott Sebrell. Cnurtlnnd. Va. Dr. J. W. I,oru'. Salisbury. N. C? (Subject announced Inter.) Dr. .1. R. .Tone--. Emporln, Va.- -(Sub? ject announced later.) Painful Fissur? and 1'leer?Dr. L. Lank ford, Norfolk. Vn. Dr. Levi Old. Norf.dk, Va.?(Subject announced later. Or. Lotimx ftwathmeVi Norfolk, Va.? (Subject announced later.) The complete official procrani Will be oiven later, with other rtnii regarding (he convention, 'it nn early issue of the i Vlrglnlan-PHot. I Reduced rates will be given mem? bers and their friend.? to ihn sen board meeting over all the railroad and boat lines to Newport News. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5. 1900?A A N AC?1900 THE ILLUSTRATED SOUTHERN AL? MANAC has no equal No weather pre? dictions like these. A trial Is all that is needed to prove the value of this AL? MANAC. Price, by mail. 5 cents. SpeciJl prices on applies lion. J. I,. 1111,1, PRINTING CO.. BOX 'S 13, RICHMOND, VA. <c>0'^ o<j**o <*-<x> <^<?>*t> & For Your * HUSBAND, SON, 1 * BROTHER, OR ? FATHER. I T There is nollijng nicer ? I for a Christ mas Gil t (hau a an exclusive pair house | * S,ipPCrS- V i v Velvet House Slippers, - 50c. a V Imitation Alligator Slippers, 75c. ? ' Morocco Slippers, - - $1.00. I Hand Sewed Uomoes, - $1.50. Z Genuine Alligator Slippers, $2. Y FOR THE LADIES. & We have everything (li.it is neat and comfortable for the feet, Ladies' House Slippers, - 50c. $1.50 Fur Trimmed Ko 19 nieos,.98c. A lllCt'i, ----- UUU. ' 'J Little Boy's Rubber Boots, $1. $ 4 0 >? a NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH ^O? <t><$>~0 -^O"^- -o^o oo-? BENJ. L, DOZIER, Livery, Boarding and Transient Stables, 61, 63, 65 Covo Street. Everything n<;w und up-to-date, jt. S PHONE, C00. OLD PHONE, 99S. WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. at reduced prices. All 5-vol. AU'5-vol. All 3-vol. All 3-vol. All 4-vol. All 3-vol. All 3-vol. All 6-vol. Sets that were 75c. to go at 59c. a set. Sets that were 89c. to go at 75c. a set. Sets that were 75c. to go at 59c. a set. Sets that were ?2 to go at $1.25 a set. Sets that were $4 to go at $3-25 a set. Sets that were $}So to go at $2.75 a set. Sets that were $2 to go at $1.39 a set. Sets th.it were %3.50 to go at $2.75 a set. The latest $1.50 Novels at $1.05. Richard Carvel- by Winston Churchill. When Knighthood was in Flower?by Edwin Caskoden. Janice Meredith- -by Paul Leicester Ford. Red Rock? by Thomas Nelson Rage. David Harum?by Edward iNoyes Preicott. Prisoners of Hope?by Mary Johnson. Robespierre?the story of Sardou's great play. The Black Douglas?by S. R. Crocket. The Battle of The Strong?by Gilbert Parker. The Orange Girl by Walter Besant. The King s Mirror -by Anthony Hope. The Castle Inn ?bv Stanley J. VVeyinan. The Black Wolf's Breed?by Harris Dickson. Harper's Latest $1.50 Novels, at 59c. each. These magnificently bound novels we have been selling right along at 75c, now they are 59c. We mention a few:? Pembroke?by Mary E. Wilkins. An lie?by Constance Fe minore Woolson. The Coast of Bohemia--by VV. D. Howells. The Bread Winners. The SI.25 edition of the "Pansy" Books to go at 75c. each. The ?1.25 edition of the "Elsie" Books to go at 59c each. New Photo Frames. A hew line Of handsome photo frames, size Sxto inches, has just been unboxed. Space for one photo Gilt with while or green mats?25c. each. Black, with gray or red mats - 25c. each. New Jet ISelts. A beautiful line of stylish jet bells is ready to-day. 50c , $\t $1.25 and SI.50 each. 75c. Aprons at 5OC. A splendid chance to buy 75c, white aprons at a quarter less. These aprons are made of excellent lawn, are AO inches long, 57 inches wide, have 8-inch hems, strings are 45 inches long ana 8 inches wide, and have large square bibs. Gift-givers will find in this offering a helpful suggestion. 50c, instead of 75c. Clay. THE Joseph Brown STORE An Acknowledgment of Grateful Appreciation. You have materially in? creased our Christmas joy, Ihrough the bestowal of a ma? terially larger business, and we [ are grateful lor your enlarged recognition. We shall be most happy I a seive y< >u tu-d.u ui to-night?the store will be open until quite late. We wish you a merry Christ? mas and many happy returns of the day. Closed all day, Monday. Josepii Biown - 250 piaini. Prices Right. Tilings of a substantial \ sort?for instance'. Fine I Comforts, Table Linens, s Ladies' and Gent's Um \ brellas, Dainty Handker [ \ chiefs, Real Lace and Lace I I Pieces, Evening Fans, I lj Fine Leather Goods, La ! \ dies' Bath Robes?in fact I as complete a showing oi I substantial things for \ Xmas giving as your eyes I ever beheld. The win 't dows suggest many ! things. jj " Our Windows tell the Styles " j The. Monticello Corner. DOZIER'S. Useful Articles for Xnias Gifts. There is little time left for you to linger in a state of in? decision, pondering over the question "what to give." Only four shopping days remaining^ You must buy quickly 1 We .tell of the Holiday Furs for Gifts. Rich black seal collarette, with" 8 tails and 2 heads, $6. Handsome black marten Collarette, with 10 tails, SI5. Beautiful black seal Collarette, with astrachan collar and 4.tails, $15. Stylish gray fox Collarette, with black seal collar, SS. Pretty marten Scarfs, $4.SO. l ong grizzly Scarf, with 10 tail and 2 heads, $6. Fine seal and astrachan Muffs, S4.00. Stylish red fox Mulls, $9.00. Handsome seal Mull, with mink coiled around it, $15. Umbrellas for Xmas Gifts. Men's beautiful black loventlne Silk tifhlircllas?with Congo handles?steel rods?paragon frames?put up In silk covers ami close rolllns. 13.00. Suitable for an Xmas ?!ft. A host o( l.udles' Umbrellas In a great variety o| hnudles, qualities and colors? some handles are of lighten rig pearl some twist and mounted with gold und silver and others Prices, 9Sc?, J1.30, $2,00. tt.69. Sli?S and J0.S9. Pine Kid Gloves, $1. If ?1 is the price you want to pay for a Kid Olove, we suggest you to purchase the ??IVrfecti.m" from us. Modes taps, brown-', castors, gruys and black and white la clasp or lacing*. Dainty stitoh Iurs. ft a i>.ilr. Warranted, S. DOZIER, 206 Main St., Norfolk, Va. ACA DEM Y OP MUSIC BUILD I NO. XiVJAS GSFfsr Thousands of pretty ones to select from at wonderfully low prices at LOUGHRAN 0 PRIEUR'S KRf ST0RB, lit CMC BCD STREET,',. NEAR MAIN. Beautiful Medallions. Brass Photograph Frames. Mirrors, Imported Plaques, China Jardinieres, Eastis, Screens, Pic? tures Lumps. Vases. Tobacco - ' Jars' Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Ebony Goods. Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure Sets. Shaving Sots, etc. Beautiful assortment Box Papsr. Com paro our goods and prices', wntch ?* tt? guarantee to be satisfactory.'