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The San Antonio Light.
MONDAY, NOVKMllEIt in. lamilliGlolliiiig Ha all the latest styles In Dress and business Suits FOR MEN". Youths, Boys and Children UTA U line of gents furnishing goods, mi d tbellnest assortment ot vloeo goods for our mcrcbaut tailoring department always la stock. Wodefyeoinpetlllon. Call on us for prices. COUEN & K0EN1GHEIM, 300 and 311, MAIN I'LAZ.V. Watchai Sat anil Ilegnlateri Don't Huy Until you havo seen the tlnostcckof clothing of l'ancoast tc Son. IKM-tf Hhlrts and Underwear. A wry complete stock for sale by l'ancoast & Moo. IKMf Stop And look at the bargains offered at the mam inotb clothing house, 309 and 311 Main iaza. Late Styles of llaU 1'or salo at Pancoast & Son'i. H-l-tf I A OFrENIIElMl.il. E. L. llnwks. All kinds of lightning rod! and lUmrO at Wiwrpt rates. All work guaranteed. llJ-ltn lbn Tour Teeth Filled rourThoutand llusbelsof Corn Vor salo. Addrosi J. M. Fiiost, lllcbmond. Children and boys suits J2, 3 25 and ti M at the mttnraoth clothlnir house of Cohen tc Koenlgbetm. IM-tf J'lne riano for Kale. For tale, a piano not much used. Inquire of Dr. Smith, l'.B. A., at Government bill, in-ct Wanted. A good boy, about 14 or IS years old. Apply at this office Good wages and steady employ- Try Tancoast If you want a suit made. Ho has a full Hue of piece goods and a flrst-class cutter In charge. For Sunday's supplies as well as for the balance of the week make a "boo lino" for the new store of Heucrmaun 3c lira's No. 221 Alamo plaza. norlotf Teaaa Employment lloreau And Agency, for rooms, olHoos, houses, etc, Sit (cast side) Main plaza. Oysters The llest In the City Herelved dally by Qllbert. 4 Houston street. Men's Furnishing Goods. As good a stock of gent's furnishing goods as can te fount In the State for fall and win. Ur, at l'aaooast 1c bon's. s-l.tf Ten Dollars rer Month Will buy one of the reliable Emerson pianos from Thos. Goggan & JJros., No. 2TjO Commcrco Itoclt the Baby, John, And when bo goos to sleep go down to Emer son's and buy me that elegant little femalo watch. It la ajenoap, solid gold und only 35. Onr Neckwear Is ascholco In style and material as can bo found la uny market, u-aj-tf Pahcoast & Bos. At 309 and 311 Main I'lara You will find numerous bargains In men's, boys and children's clothing and gents' fur- Walt for the Wagon And we will all take a ride to Emerson's, bo cause wo can get more goods for less money than In any other establishment. 11-H-lt Jack and Gill Went up the hill, and as they camo down they How Does This Flu Cohen 3c Koeulghrlm carry tbo finest lino of domeuond Imported plcco goods, and their merchant tallo'lnir department. In charge of l'rofesiorliohlund, la ttrst-class In every re- Furniture Wagon Alwaj on hand to movo furniture. Orders left at 23 Boledad slrctn, opposite Court House, will be promptly attended to. iWI-if Junic Means. Far Sale at a Graat llurgaiu. Pour lots on Avenue II, between Tenth Apply to u. II. - All eleetlon bets declared olt while Heuer inann 3c lira, are opening tb.lr stock of groceries and liquors at No. ttl Alaxo plaza. Wa Challenge Auy dealer to soil the same quality of line liquors, wines or cigars for Ibe same money, H-e-ltn IIarhtt lltoai 6i Co. Just Itaceived, at tha City Drug Store, New novelties In toilet articles, a full line ot toilet soaps, colognes, toilet waters, and hand kerchief i'l tracts, lino hair, tooth and Infant brushes, buffalo and India rubber and Ivory eomrjs, toilet and bathing sponges, powder pulls, pull boxes, fancy goods, etc. It la n Mean Thing to he llroke, And there la noneodof It when you can pro- For Sale, One of the beat pieces of property In or around tho city, situated on I'resa atroet, ton tat ng nve acres of land, with house and stable, a good well with plenty water) la well Im proved, and can be used aa a dafry or garden. Knqulre at Lone Htar tialoon, corner Nacog doches and llowle atroota, ll-ltf. M, Struve has now received tho genuine Welncr Wucrst cben, and serves thorn with horwi raddlsb, tree tor lunoh dally, from 8a. in. to 1 p. m. He re tails tbein to families, also, Delicious Hollaud herrings, sardines, fresh ground Horse ltaddish. Anchovies, Neufehatel Chceso. Hamburg Kels, Human Hardlnca. 1'amlly, hotel, restaurant, and country orders solicited. The best glass ot bter In the city, and the moat appetulug lun ti aerved at all hours. Address 8, bast UouaUa street near Ibe bridge. 11-Hr. LIGHTFLASI1ES. What the Iteporters Learn on Their Tour Through the City, Saturday was pay da at the International and Great Northern tietdquirteri. Frank Leitncr obtained a license to marry Theresa Griedl this morning. II. Floret, alias Roman Floret, wst tiled ibis morning in the District court for stealing hortet. A buff crocodile pocket book containing $20 and viailicg csrdt was lost at the Maverick. The Fertilizing company ezpect their new odorous excavating apparatus from I'htttdel phis shortly. Elder Pennington will preach this evening In the Tenth street church, near Sunset depot, at 7 o'clock. The ladles have sent out a wagon to fetch in the evergreens for the decoration o( the Alamo In the coming lair. Fast driving, down Commerce street es pecially, should be prohibited. Pedestrians ought to have some protection from the splat ter of mud. The District Convention of the Christian church will convene in this city Wednesday night. A number of delegates are expected to arrive to-morrow. Mr. Lee Sing, late of San Francisco, hat opened his California laundry at No. 35 Sole dad street, and solicits Ihe patronage of the public. Family writhing a specialty. The Houston Post says! The Ssn An tonio Sate Bait club has a chip on its head labeled and intimates that neither Dallas, Houston or Gslvctton can knock it off. Profetsor Katzenberger, orgtnitt of St. Mary's Catholic ch'jrch, with a recently or ganized choir of 16 voicet, rendered in fine ttyle yettcrday morning one of Mercadante's masses. A street car on Katt llouiton street brushed loo dotely againtt a hay wagon, re sulting in testing a hole into the side of the car, and causing some little trepidiation among the passengers. There was a row in a Wett Houston street saloon last Saturday eveningwhlch caused the piano to groan and the musicians to scatter. Chairs flew at thick and fast at if moved by spirit hands, and tome mlnu'es pasted in the noity tilt before order wat rettored. Sterling Fisher, of San Marcos, Hays county, was nominated by the Democratic convention at Sccuin on Saturday for Repre sentative. Colonel Elliton, a prominent stock man, was offered the pott, but declined it, butinest prevenliog his acceptance. It It Don't Itatn The operetta "Twin Sisters" at the Casino to night premises to be a grand success. Surveying News. Mr. Lccke, County Surveyor, returned home on Sunday, lie has been six miles dowu the river running lines for Mr. Fergus O.'C. Robinson. To Step Off Soon. Mr. Paul Asher, the handsome auctioneer, will lead to the altar about January 2, a young lady of Galveston, and expects to make this city his permanent home. Thanks. The thanks of this office are tendered to Mr. and Mrs. Kouvant, the newly wedded pair, for wine and other refreshments. May they live till their "bairn's bairns kindly cuddle in their old gray hairs." Ilulldlug 1'ermltn. C. Jonas, lumber dwelling, 32116, south side Montana street; $300. V. Szmet, lumber dwelling, 16122, corner of San Luis and I.eona streets. Deaths. Sallie Peterson, aged 23, died yesterday and was buried by the city. J. Calhoun, colored, aged 50, died this morning and will also be buried by the cily. ltecorder'a Court. F. C. Con, vagrancy, Anastacia Barrels, J. Lyon, J. Anderson, vagrancy, $10 or 30 days etch; Lewis, Claybuine, W. Chrysler, W' Nolan, Ragsdale, S. M.Rodgers, Villapando, F. Mcdy.JackOUlla, $5 each. Justice Ailnm's Court. The esse of John Sapplevs. lien Cleghorn, a suit for rent, Mrs. Catherine Sapple Inter vening, for rent also, was tried before Judge Anton Adam this morning. Judgment was given for Mrs. Catherine Sapple. "I-iild to Heat." The funeral ol Mrs. Dr. Slocum took place yesterday. The deceased was the daughter of the Hon. A. G. Pickett, of Wilson county, and had a large circle of friends among the belt people of this city, nearly all of whom attended the funeral. Casino Club Hop, There was a pleasant hop at the Catir.o on Saturday, given by the Casino club. Dancing began et'ly and after the audience at the theatre bad been dismissed the dsncert Increated in number, and pleature reigned supreme till long past midnight. Uors. Loose. Mr. J. V, Dignowity was fined $3 for leav ing his horte loose on the public streets this morning, though he stated he tied it irp himself and it looked at if somebody had turned it loose. Officer McIIenry said he found the horse loose with its foot in the check rein. Till Tapping. About noon to-day a sneak thief entered the fruit store of Mrs. Rote, corner of Alamo and North ttreets, and tapped the till to the tune of $3. The girl in attendance In the store bad stepped out for a minute, when the nim ble fingered thief, watching his opportunity, made good use of his time. John Clilnunian Hml Faro. An innocent looking, mild mannered; al mond eyed Celestial, with his long plaited queue tilkily wrapped around his forehead and covered wilh a broad rimmed hat sits nightly at one of the gaming tables, studying the mysteries ot faro. He has evidently solved some of them, for Wash Alley John is ahead some hundreds of dollars, gained during the past week.' He has become a terror to the dealers in ohlps. PERSONAL. Items (llenncd In the Hotel Corridors and From Various Other Sources. Sheriff Hornsby, of Austin, Is In the city. Mr. L. Sternberger, of Baltimore, Is at Ihe Menger. Mr. John Moleswortli, of Ilnerne, Is at the Menger. Keene, Ihe tragedian, left for Galveston, yesterday morning. Mr. F, Cowherd, of Kansas Cily, is regis tered at the Menger. J. G. Colmetmll, a well known citizen ol Galveston, It at the Menger. Mr. George Horner's eyes are rapidly re covering through Dr. Tyner's skillful treat ment. Mrs. Gatley, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Caldwell, of Houston, ars at Mrs. Sap pington's. Mr. Jerome Hants has returned home from Fort Worth. He reports a hard frost there last week and no rain whatever. Mr. L. II. Byrne, formerly with Joseph Sheern, undertaker, it now with P. S. Jones & Co., 21S Eatt Houtton street. IlerrO. F. Lafrenz, of the Bcobachter, has returned from Austin. The Stateimao, of that cily, pays II err L, and hit journal a pleasant compliment. Mr. J. W. Riddle, banker, Colonel J. M. Gibbs, the Sunset freight agent, and Mr. F. II. Haiti, a merchant, all of Eagle past, arrived at the Menger this morning. Peter Brlgnolt, J. G. Cornelius, Memphis; Joe Spell, Huntivill:; G. R. Godfrey, Jr., Milwaukee; August Hornur.g, Castroville; C. F. Bennett, J. Drolitlle, L. Morrison, J. D. Najlor cily; E. F. Munson, Centre Point; B. Clarkson, Ga'veslun; W. II. Myers, C. D. Myers, Indianapolis; Julio Rodriguez, Mex ico, are registered at the St. Leonard hotel. Willlls No More Trouble. Mr. R. H. Neal, who was pardoned by Governor Ireland a few days ago, feels much Injured over the report telegraphed to several Texas pspers wherein he is represented as in tending to make troulile with these who took an active part in his prosecution. He said to a reporter to-night that he had no such Inten tion. He has an uphill road before him at best, and he had no desire to increase his troubles by seeking to ttir up a quarrel. He desires to rettore himself to the confidence and retpect of hit friendt, and will make no effort to blatt the name ol any one nor forget the executive clemency lie has received. The American House. From the Hocrno Advance. A. V. Ilarr, tho well known hotel man ot this plaee, has Just completed some Improvements In tho American house, which wllf makothat hotel ono of the most comfortable winter re treats In tho Btato. Tho long, wldo galleries haobocn enclowd with shutters, making an excellent walk for Invalids during tho cold winter tiaj a. wncro mey win be secure rrotn northers and rains, or sheltered from thobtirn Ing sun of warraor dura. Thero aro VX Icot of promenade around this hotel, with a prominent vlewof tnot beautiful scenery. Adjoining is nn orchard of the llncst trulls grnwr. 1st the country, TMs property Is mrerod forsa'enta bargain. Apply tiiT. U. Johnson, this mile?. llublno'a Museum, llonr In mind that llublno'a Museum. No. 3 West Houston stri-et, clones on Wednesday Notlca to Whom It May Concern. Purchasers of lota In original city lot TO. from jLn'us Means, before tho settlement of a suit for breach of contract lor tho selling of said lot., must buy at Ihelr own risk. Sam Mavkiiick, ll-lli 3t 1. J. Mum. Cnless ail Accident Happens, Kincrson's watches ulwaysglro satisfaction. And with Emerson loft A watch or great heit And tho check on tho wall ho did tack It. Aterdlctnf guilty of selling tha best suits UOU and 311 Main plaza. LoulslAiin Mate tottery. Tickets In tho extraordinary drawing of the Lost. A pair of spectacles between Houston street ami Menger hotel. Findor will loavo same at the Monger hotel ofucc. Tho Jsovoly restaurant, No. 10 Alamo street, at a bargain. Apply at oneo to 11 17 21 W. H.l.EMOt), Prop. Keep Your Kye On It. On Wha? The holiday edition of tho Liaur, to bo Issued about December 13. I'reparo your copy for an advertisement early so that you may secure n good space. For Itent. A nice, tire room cottage. It has hydrant ami sink In kitchen, and is pleasantly located at tho corner of North and Santa Clara streets. s-ar particulars uppiy 10 novlMw Of Interest to the l'ubllc. If you ilcslro your diamonds renet you citn flint a complete lino of stylish mounting nt H, titern, ills Cotuinerco street. 11-ltl-tf chaser of a fushionablu suit, sunnletnentnd with a nobby hat and nu assortment uf shirts, collars and ties, carries away a prize In tho cheapness of the bargain. Good goods, low prioes uud a desire to plcaso Is their luaxlut. Jlookkeeper Wnnted, A young man preferred. Address Ilox "C," Wunted, A second hand cistern tub, ot .100 gallons or moro. inquire minis ouicu. jl-PKIt Found Notice. Taken up, and In the city pound, on corner ni i.uai nnu osi. iiiiusiuu sireei, on me JJtn day uf November, 1SK), ono red steer, Spanish brand; ono grey horse branded 20 with half clrrlo over it. on left shoulder! ono trrnv horse, brand blotched, on left shoulder; one oay mare, uranucu a on tei 1 snou met ; ono bay mare, branded A on left shoulder: ono bnv inaro, branded y on left shoulder; 0110 bay mare, brund(d A on loft shoulder; one rod iieuer uranueu vc; one prown cow, brantlod J J; ono red yoarllng branded J J; one brown heifer, branded JJ; one bay horse, brandod 0 In two squares separately and 1IC; one red spotted yearling, no brand, which will. If not redeemed before sale, bo sold at publlo auc tion to tho highest bidder, for cush ut said pound, at tho hour ot 11 o'clock, a. m., on the S2d day of Netnbor, 18&I. N. jl. lllds less than the amount Axed by ordinance will not be rocolvod tor any Ladies' Cloak Department now open. A In mo lino nf fall find winter wropu. Nowraarki-U, wnlklnir Jnckei, cloaks, dolmnn, ulsters anil Jeicys, JeniyrV"Jer W for ladles' mlurs find chlldrvn, nt all tbo popular pricr. Excellent bariratns. Wo claim to hare tho largest assortment of black and mourning drcsa poods over brought to thli city, lu nil tho new aliadea and kimu of ottoman, cheviot. Arte tin, foulotttc. Carpels, Carpets, Carpets. Wo have now ou exhibition a largo Una of tapestry, velret and body Urusccls carpets. Also full lino of woolen 4-4 carpets, uiattlngi oil cloths, etc. Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery We havo now a full assortment of ladles' fine silk hoso In all tho newest shades. Uslo thread horw.in all colors, for misses and children. Of theso (roods we always carried tbo host as sortment, mid shall rontlnun to add new things. who bus shown by her elegant costumes, which sbo has made In tho past tvro weeks, that shq Is a competent designer and draper, and stylo of fitting U as good as can bo mado. Wo can snfolrsHythatwonowaro prepared to mnko and wiltm dresses In as good stylo as can bo had In any largo city. Haas & Oppenheimer. HPKCIAI. MOTICUS. Tho best dressed lads In day school mid Sunday school aro always ciulppcdat Colieu & Kocnlgheim's, 3US and 311 .Main plain. lloya school suits, largo stock nt low figures. Il-n-lw Woi.i'ir ijlllix. "Stick a pin hero." liverythlng new In groccrlesat Heucrmaun 3c tiro's No. H Alamo plain. MiTlirssM of hair, excelsior, ml ton or moss at low rate at It. lleckcr's, the lUe furniture man, Ko. Ill Commerce street. ll-v-tr "Strictly business" In the grocery lino rrom Iho stock now opening at Hcuermaud & Ilro'o o. 121 Alamo plaza. Hoys' kneopnnteat 75 cents and 1 per pair utauu and 311 Main plaia. 11-1-tl Mr.N's boots half-soled and heeled for $1. Ladles' boots half-soled and heeled at 73 cents nt the Llttlo IJeo Hire, near Turner ball. tt A good thing to advertise In: Tho I.ioiit Annual and uuide. Secure spuce early, -tt Canned goods, meats, genuine llguors for domestlo purposes nt llcuermann& llro'a No. .'1 Alumo plaza. ZA lit complcmentto flno clothes aro a lino hat aud a eomnteto outfit or gent's furnishing goods, us sold by Cohen .V Koenlghclm, ;KJ and 311 Main plaza. 11-17-lw liAUIES' boots mndo to order nt the l.lttlo Ileo lllvo. near Turner hull, Houston street. Wltchcll's l.lttlo Ilea lllvo Is not connected with any otber linn In tliU city. Accidents moy Ih avoided by usln Hmer son'srutbiit role Tip and .Neck Voko. 11-8-tf Cntt.tmr.s'n cau'Uacks. patent cradlca and handsome suits for bridal preseuts at It. Ilcckor's. tho llvo lurnlturu man, No. Id Com mcree street. ll-SMt "That hits me where 1 Urn " exrlalmed n gentleman as he buught a rlrst class suit at way down llgurcs(nt Cohen & Koetiighclm's, 9'J nnd 311 Main plaza. 11-17-lw Anytiii.no: in the boot and shoo line made to order Irom n man's lowitisrtcr at $'1 7 to an Ilugllsb top boot, nt tho Llttlo Boo Hire, near Turner hull. l(l-t3m fl rand opening of fresh lock of groceries nt Iteuerinuim & Urn's No. .'1 Alamo 1'laRa. First It blowod, then It tncwod, Then It friz, then thewed. Now the rush, and muddy mush; Hero wo go, opposite tho Alamo, Tobhculs, Corievon & Cuttles'. Holiday floods of Ktery Description. A splendid assortment ntO. W. Ilaldwln & Co.'s, 257 Commcrco street. Just ltecetved. line case whito blankets. Ui. SI 41). Seven casea assorted quilts, very low. Thcron Vail, Tho painter, can be found at Daeon's paint shop, cm buflurv'n street. 10-la-tf Well made bonto covers very cheap nt T. C l'rost's. Il-17-fit. Ladles rubber circulars, arctics and sandals, it T. C. Frost's. ll-l'-Gt , Finest lino nt nhlto bed blankets In tho city, it T. C. Frost's, very cheap Indeed. 11-17-f.t In consequence of removal for tho purpose My lluslness Connection In tho marts of tbo Tast and my long cxperl enco and practlcu! knowledge of tho Jewelry business, enables me to sell diamonds, watches and tine Jewelry, ot prices Hint defy competi tion. S. Steiix, 'Hi Commcrco tit. Jleinoval. Madame n. Morltz, French Corset and Dress Milker, has removed to No. IMtlUoIlud street. Competent seamstresses wanted. J MS-lm Lou.noes of carpet, rep, silk or damask In ituanttties nnu at wuy-uown prices ut ltlcli l'eopla Sometimes loose on futures. You can tret tho watch or jewelry they pawned with Kmenton Uuheaus, tables, slJo board?, wood or marble top, Ht U. Ileckur's, tho live furulturo maa, No. 1(1 Commcrco street. Jl-tf-tf A whlto servant wanted In do 'work for a fn rally or two, at Mrs. A, C. Sehryver's on UlKUowllty hM. lWWt "Ho never told bis love." till arrayed In a first class, ready raado suit from Cohen & Kocntg helm's. It is needless to say , bo was ac cepted. 11-17'lw Hop Ht 111 Cnslno November 17 for members nnd their frucsts (iiranKcrsj oniy. ji-h-u A Man ami Wire Waut board and mora lu a private family, not over a half-mllo from center of city. Address iinx "tv tfivinjf locution ana terms, care tms oill w. Important It moral, Houle k Williams wish to announce to the army of patrons who havoralllod around them many years at their former placoof business No, 272 Commerce street that they havo re moved to larger and more commoulus rooms Nos.tt and2& Knit Uunton Btroet. Here, with au enlarged and new stock of paints, oil. Klasaand paper hantflntri, they will bo pli.ee i For a nobby, comfortably flttinir suit ruaJo of warranted Roods, makttibe acquaintance ot Cohen ft Koeatffaylm, 30Q and 311 Main pi nr. a. WHITE BLANKETS Wo nro OITerhis Grcnt Jtaruins in Fine All Wool White Blankets ! Call Early Jloforo Thoy nro Gone. WOLFF Corner Commerce ttoiitaj' Suits, Young Moiih' Sultn, Bijr Hoys' Suits, mill .School Suit. Laic Sliipmoflts of Boys' Suits at Very Low Prices I BKST MAKES OF BOOTS AND SHOES. tlTTho above aro now departments, and evoryiilollar'a worth of goods Is now and fresh, nought at prlcoa that enable us to aell them to the aatlsfactlon of the consumer. Sheets, Correvon iCaslles, I No. 27-Alamo Great Reduction of Prices -A.T .A.. KZJLlsr &c CO'S. Lonsdale Cambric, 9 cents per yard; Fruit of the Loom, one yard wide, 9 cents per yard; Bleached Sheeting, 14 yds. $1; Bed Ticking, 5c KNICKERBOCKER PLAID DRESS GOODS 20 YARDS FOR $1.00. Splendid quality black kid gloves 75c. per pair, and every thing else in our line at greatly reduced prices. Wagner's Bazar. FuiTcett & Sanders, Opposlto I lord's hotel, at tho well known stock yards of Narclso Leal, are emrajrod as com mission merchants. In tho sale of horses, mules, cattle, sheep, ,oats, etc. Trade solicited on Straightforward builnoss principles, ll-ld 1m Help the Ladle.,. Tho ladles of tho Altar society of At, Mark's cauieurai propose to gwo on iniercsuiifr exm- bazaar of art, ncodlo-work, etc., which will ho arranged like modlreval times. Asupierwlll be Riven during the bazaar. 11-lT-tf Of all tho neat, artistic devices In the shape of watches, commend us to those lately re ceived by Stern, the joweler. They aro mado to resemble butter tiles, whose backs and wlnirs aro studded with diamonds, but on lifting the wlnirlt found concealed a miniature wutoh. Bo too. aro the beetles aud crocodiles, porfeot curiosities. These can be worn as pins, or when attaohed to chatelaines they are the acme of valuable time plesss, H-19-tC & MARX, and Alamo Sts. Plata-No. 27 MORE AND BETTER BARGAINS For Xoreinb.r liy Hilton ft Vount-, SOU West Houston Htraet. Ono hundred ebbloe bulldlnr lots near and adjoining Government barracks, $75 to Slot) each. Ueauttrul location overlooking (lovurn. mont grounds. A few moro lots ono block cust of Sunset car and maohlno shops. Now Is vour tlmo. tbey uro selling rapldly-$3M to 5100 each. Fifty choloe lots on ltlver avenue, soon to bo one of the most popular streets In tbe city. Choice and desirable residences on all the main avenues of all classes und prloos which wo will cheerfully show to nqulrera who will call at our offlce.208 West Houston street. Also large farms, ranches, etc., improved or unimproved, with or without stack, of all In our Ileal Kstato Guide and Circular. Call for our circular or send your address. For a complote line of Diamonds, set or un set, call on IS. gtorn, ill Commsro. strew;