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Hems Picked Up by the Bulletin's Corre
spondents in Mason and
Bill Mlngua has the best field of tobacco we
bnvo seen in the county.
Mrs. Anna E. Bell, who has been quite ill foi
two weeks, is convalescing.
Wo had recently three interments in the Shan
non cemetery in twenty-four hours.
We have had a fine season in this community,
and corn and tobacco are doing well.
Threshing wheat has been the buslucss here
for the last week. The yield is good and quality
Elder Bullock is visiting at Gerrnantown, and
will go to Orangeburg to remain until after next
That which I told you.
See now is true,
As to what we could do,
With our boys in blue.
Poor old Spain,
She is in r narrow lane ;
She tries to fight,
But all in vain.
She had better take her soldiers home,
And never allow them again to roam ;
For to go to war they are not fit,
They cau not fight a little bit.
Harry OfTutt. of Georgetown, is vieiting W. W.
Mrs. Ed. Geisel, of Maysvtlle, is visiting Mrs.
The L. and N. will run an excursion to Lexing
Miss Anna Sauford, of Carlisle, is visiting Mrs.
Newell Davis is getting along very nicely now
and will be out in a few days.
Twelve couples went to Blue Licks last Satur
day and returned Saturday night.
Miss Mary Finch entertained the Christian En
dcavorers with a social Monday evening.
Walter Matthews and wife and S. H. Mitchell,
of Mayslick, II. M. Warder. Arthur Griffln, W. II.
Robb and wife, of Helena Station, left for At
lanta Tuesday morning to attend the reuulon of
the Confederate veterans.
The heaviest rainfall that ever fell here came.
Tuesday afternoon, washing out lenccs, bridges
and destroying several acres of tobacco. Chick
ens and hogs were Feen going down the creeks
on rails and logs. The w ater came up in several
houses in the town compelling several to move
out and doing a great deal of damage.
Black Groves is on the sick list.
Miss Mayme Archdeacon is visiting friends in
Joe Myers, of Maysville, made his usual call
Walter Myall has gone to Cincinnati to have
his throat treated.
John Tamme and sister, of Paris, were visiting
friends here Sunday.
Mr. Meeks, of Virginia, is spending a lew days
at the Moflett Houc.
Herman Streng and John Becker, of Cincinnati,
arc guests of Mrs. Morrlsy.
Quite a crowd passed through here Sunday en
route to Blue Lick Springs.
Mrs. Lydick, of Cynthiana, is here on a visit to
her father, Hon. A. P. Gooding.
Miss Ella Slatlery returned to her home at
Tuckahoe after a short visit to her brother.
Misses Anna and Margaret Cogan, of Cincin
nati, are here spending their vacation with their
Misses Lilly White and Lilly Walker, of Cincin
nati, are the pleasant guests of Rev. and Mrs.
The store property of the late William Arthur
was sold ou theO.h to Mrs. Maggie Archdeacon
for the sum of SGOO.
Miss Mary Jackson, of Maysville, and Miss
Jewel Myall, of Nepton, are spending a few
days with their grandfather, George Myall.
Misses Elizabeth Guerin and Anna Lukins, ac
companied by Herman Streng and John Becker,
spent several days in Mt. Carmel last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Degmau were guests of rel
atives at Mt, Welcome.
Joe Emernl went to Lexington Saturday morn
ing to engage in business.
Miss Nannie Rash, of Rectorville, was a recent
guest of relatives at this place.
Mrs. Klncart and Mrs. John Seers, of Maysville,
spent Sunday at the pleasant home of Mrs. Zeko
Wheat threshing is not yet completed in this
neighborhood. The farmers say they have no CO
H. P. Emmons and Arthur Tolle, of Cottage
ville, visited relatives at Mt. Welcome Saturday
Miss Katie Boyer and Miss Emma Seers, of
Maysville, were guests of Miss Annie Meyers the
first of the week.
The good rains during the past week were
quite beneficial to all growing crops, which aro
looking quite well.
Hiram Stewart, of Logan's Gap, is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. John Byron, and other relatives
and friends of his old home.
Pclham Degman, of Springdalo, and Henry
Tully, of Manchester, are pleasant guests of their
cousins, the Williams boys, this week.
Jackson Meyers and Charley WilliamB took a
run on their wheels Sunday to the homo ot War
ren Teager, several miles beyond Tollesboro, a
relative of the former.
Mrs. Albert Kidder and bright llttlo daughter,
Katie Reed, of Maysville, have returned home
nfter a week's visit at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Margaret Williams.
The balloon ascension with its grand pyrotech
nic display by Prof. Thompson, the daring aero
naut and adventurer, is nightly observed from
this neighborhood with wondrous awe.
Mrs. Robert H. Williams was taken quite ser
iously ill the past week with neuralgia and
heart trouble. In the absence of the family
physician, Dr. Bhackleford was called in to re
lieve her suffering.
About 1 o'clock Sunday a large pear tree, a
distance of about fifty feet from the two-story
residence of Mr. Richard Chandler Williams, was
struck by lightning, the bolt pealing the bark
from the tree which was heavily laden with the
luscious fruit, and which had stood the test of
storms for fifty years perhaps. The family and
guests were scattered through the different
apartments ol the house, Arthur Tolle and
Charley Williams being in the upper story while
others had lingered in the dining room In pleas
ant conversation with the hostess. None were
shocked, though the heat from tho bolt was dis
Much complaint is expressed against tho Super
intendent of the Kennedy's Creek county road
in regard to his failure and long delay of placing
the road In a safe traveling condition. It will
be remembered that the road was placed in the
bands of the court about one year ago which re
sulted in an unjust decision at the time, but
after a thorough and personal investigation by
the County Judge the former decision based on
fallacious testimony was countermanded, re
sulting in the condemnation of the road, and an
order to the Superintendent to await further ac
tion, but patleuce is ceasing to bo a virtuo and
the long deprivation of this much needed road
to the public is becoming a nuisance and many
expressions of impatience are heard at the tardi
ness of court proceedings. Wo are all heavily
burdened with taxes for good roads. Why not
all receive the benefit ?
Blackberries arc very plentiful.
The hard rain Monday did great damage to the
Mrs. Weedon is visiting the family of Hon. J. K.
Miss Mabel Berry, 6f Maysville, is the guest of
the Misses Carpenter.
The Misses Lindsay have been visiting the
Misses Cook, of Wedonla.
Mrs E. L. Marshall is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Basil Berry, near Mayslick.
Miss Hattle King, of near Flemlngsburg, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Parker.
Miss Minnie Berry Is visiting the family of
Prof. W. T. Berry, of Maysville.
Mrs. J. H. Hoobler has returned from a visit to
her husband who has a position in Cincinnati.
Rev. M. B. Adams and wife, of Frankfort, are
the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Quite a crowd of our young folks attended tho
hop at Blue Licks Saturday night. Those attend
ing were : Misses Lottie Lee, Mattlo and Eliza
Strode, Mayme Downing, Carolyn Long, Nannie
Metcalf, Bettlo and Annie Carpenter, Marie
Strode, Mrs. W. P. Lindsay, Mrs. C. G. Lee, and
Messrs. C. B. Lee, C. G. Lee, J. C, J. P., R. F. and
R M. Galther, P. T. Calvert, Basil Strode, Dave
Lindsay, Gaar Strode, Mad Lindsay, W. E. Cllft,
Jim Owens and Richard Wheatley.
THE LATE WILLIAM SCMCKXER.
A Friend Fays a Tribute of Respect to the
"Leaves have their time to fall ; and flowers to
wither at the north wind's breath ; and stars to
set : but all thou hast all seasons for thine own,
William J. Schlckner was born at Wurturabcrg,
Germany, April 13, 1S.J0; died July 11, 1S9S, aged
sixty-eight years, two months, twenty-seven
days. He was uuited in marriage in 1851 to Miss
Mary Skinner, a Fleming County lady, who sur
vives hlu. To this union were born eleven chil
dren, and, a notable thing, all are living.
The deceased emigrated to this country at
the age of fourteen years and had ever since been
an honorable resident of great respectability of
Brown County, Ohio. The circumstances attend
ing his death were sad indeed. He had gone out
to plow in the field and his faithful companion,
seeing the horses with plow attached standing at
a distance from where he was plowing, sent the
granddaughter whom he had raised from an in
fant to learn the condition of affairs. And there
in the furrow laid grandpa dead. What a sym
pathetic scene when mother, daughters and
grandchildren gathered around the lifeless form.
The thought of Mrs. Browning's poem, "Not a
tear over him must fall ; he giveth his beloved
sleep;" but It was father, dear father; could
they help but shed a tear? He had been in as
good health as usual on the fatal morning, here
tofore at times showing symptoms of heart
trouble, but no alarming ones. Although he
had accumulated a competency in life, such that
ho need not work, he could not rid himself of
the industry that Germans are noted for. Mr.
Schlckner was a great Bible reader as his argu
ments even In his dotage plainly showed. Ho
was witty and often his replies to his antagonist
brought forth great applause from those who
waited for his ready answer. He was a liberal
supporter of the church and a charitable man.
He was a member of tho Lutherean church at
Maysville. To sec colored hired hands among
the higher class at his funeral was to know he
made no difference between rich and poor. Ex
Mayor Hill, of Aberdeen, a bosom friend of the
deceased, conducted the funeral services at tho
country residence Wednesday at 10 o'clock a. m.,
reading a funeral discourse and making a touch
ing prayer, after which the I. O. O. F.'s took
charge of the body of the once kind father and
laid it to rest in the silent tomb to wait the call
that shall briug it forth, immortalized and fash
ioned after the image of His own glorious body.
A vast concourse of friends gathered to pay tho
last repect and the floral tributes were many
and beautiful. j
The things that people see are inside of them
and not outside. No two people see the same
thing exactly alike. One woman may look out
at a beautiful landscape and see all tho beauty
and restfullnDss and grandnes that there is in it.
Another one will look out at the same scene and
see nothing. The man who is perfectly well and
vigorous enjoys life to tho full. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery makes people well.
There Isn't anything miraculous about It-It is
the most natural thing in tho world. It simply
puts the digestive organs, the stomach, the liver,
tho bowels, in perfect order and thereby makes
the blood pure and rich. All diseases live and
thrive on Impure blood. Keep a stream of pure,
rich, red blood flowing into a disease spot, and
tho disease will not 6tay. A man lives on rich
pure blood, and the disease dies on it.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes
pure, rich blood. Send 21 cents In one-cent
stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. v., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008
page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," pro
The following ie a list of letters remain
iug in the postoffice at Maysville, Mason
County, Ky., for the week ending Tues
day, July 10th, 1898 :
Welch, Mrs. Arilda
Curtis, Miss Chrisiio D
Saunders, Letltla M.
Persons calling for any of the above
will please say advertised.
Clarence Mathews, P. M.
"Wheat Backs, wheat storage, wheat
insurance and market -price paid for
wheat at the Old Gold Mills.
How tka Various Clubs Ara ronndlng
AT BROOKLYN- It. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 0 1 3 2 0 0 7 13 1
St. Louis 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 8 C
Batteries Dunn and Grim; Taylor and
CIsnienta. Umpires Andrews and Lynch.
AT WASHINGTON- It. H. 2.
Washington ....1000010 0 0-2 10 1
Cleveland .... 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 - 8 13 1
Batteries Weyhlng, Swalni and Mc
Outre; Wilson and Criger. Umpires Ems
He and Hunt.
AT NEW YORK-
New York 0 00
Louisville 1 0 0
1 1 2 4 0
0 0 01 4 0
Batteries RusIp nn"d Grady; Cunning
ham and Klttredge. Umpires Swartwood
Pittsburg 10 4 0 0
Ronton 0 10 0 0
Batteries Gardner ar 1
R. H. B.
1 0 0 0 C 9 2
2 0 0 0 3 10 2
Burgen. Uuiplrus Snyder and
At Philadelphia Philadelphia-Cincinnati
game called at end of second Inning on ac
count of rain.
At Baltimore Baltimore-Chicago earn
At Milwaukee Milwaukee-Kansas City
game postponed; rain.
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 5; Minne
At Detroit Detroit, 5; Bt. Joaenk, G.
At Toledo Toledo, 10; Fort Wayne, 12.
At Grand Rapids No game; raJn.
At Springfield Springfield, 7; Newcas
At Dayton Day toa, 4; You&gstown, 5.
At Chicago Tulla Fouso, Al Fresco, Bpu
gle, Hurly Burly, Martha II, Galathee.
At New York Endeavor, Ben Viking,
Whistling Cu, Orion, Rare Perfume, Con
tinental. At St. Louis Kntia, Imp. King G-o'd,
Aunt Mary, Loving Cup, Mystery, Verify.
At Detroit Frank Bogasb, Redlnda.
At Montreal Pope Lo," Orle Brool-o,
Pearl, Sprlugwcll, Fraak Jaubert, Dayo.
Grain and Stock Quotations For July 19.
Beef Family $11 00Q12 00; extra mess.
8 00g8 70; packed, fB 0010 00. Cut meats
Pickled bellies, WJ7Vic; plcklod shoul
ders, 4c; pickled hams, Tfio. Lard
Western s'eani, $0 45. Pork Old mess,
$11 75ftl2 25.
Butter Western dairy, H17c; cream
ery, 1417i.; do factory, llfoUki. Cheese
State, large, 88c; small, 09&c; part
skims, Sl&tiV&c; full skims, L'23o. Eggs
State and Pennsylvania, ll12c; western
Wheat 80c. Corn 37c. Oats 27c.
Cattle Beeves, $4 85S 25; cows and
heifers, $2 404 75; Texas stoers, $3 7!K3
4 70; western, $4 20&5 25; stockers and
feeders, $3 004 85.
Hogs Yorkers, $3 904 02; roughs,
common to rood, $3 954 DO; mod In ma and
heavies, $4 30; piss, $2 8033 75.
Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep, $4 230
5 45; fair, $4 203-1 40; common, ?3 25
4 10; exports, $3 00; choice lambs, $4 00i
Wheat 74V40. Corn-33V4c. Oats 23'ic.
Cattle Choice, 5 1036 10; good, $3 00
5 10; tidy butchers', $4 7504 85; fair, $4 40
Q4 03; common, $4 00ffi4 30; heifers, J9 50
4 40; bulls, stags and cows, $2 504 30;
fresh cows, $20(300
Hogs Yorkers, $4 354 40; mediums,
$4 454 BO: fair, U 00; crasser, $3 104$
3 15; heavy, $4 10ffi4 20; rough, $2 50ffi
3 CO; pigs, $3 704 00.
Sheep Choice, 54 03(34 10; good, $4 05Q
4 10; fair, $3 654 00; common, $3 25B
3 CO; lambs, $4 P5gg 00.
Cattle Butchers', $4 23ff4 70; shipping,
$4 002-1 85; best steers, $5 000 25; good
cows and heifers, $3 254 25; stockers and
feeders, $3 754 75.
Hogs Yorkers, $4 04 05; roughs, com
mon to good, (3 S54 13; mediums and
heavies, $4 03; pigs, $4 03.
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, extra, $4 25
4 30; good prime, $5 005 10; common.
$2 35&2 75; choice Iambs, $5 00Q5 CO.
Hogs Yorkers and light, $4 20; mediums
and heavies, $4 00; stags and roughs, $2 75
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $3 804 00;
lambs, $5 50(20 00.
Cattle Steers, $4 40(g4 50; heifers, $3 23
4 25; cows and bulls, $1 903 55.
Wheat No. 2 red, 77c. Corn No. 2
mixed, 34c. Oats No. 2 mixed, 23c.
Lrd $3 80. Bulk meats-$5 70. Bacon
Hogs-t3 25S4 00. Cattle $2 654 85.
Sheep-$2 004 00
Wool Ohi flsecea: X and above, 23(320-;
XX and XX and above, 2SB0c;, delalno,
30c; No. 1 comnlng, 30c.
Wheat 77c Corn-34V4c. Oats-237ie.
Rye 45c. Clovjrseed $8 00.
Butter Fancy creamery, 172Uc;
GREEN COFFEE $ tt 1215
MOLASSES new crop, gallon 50
Golden Syrup 85 40
Sorghum, fancy new ft35
SUGAR Yellow, 4i
Extra C,'H lb 4
A, lb. 6
Granulated, 1 lb C
Powdered, $tt 7
New Orleans, ) Vb 5
TEAS-$ lb 601 00
COAL OIL Headlight. '$ gallon 10
BACON Breakfast, lb lb 12
Clearsides, $ lb 8 0
Hams, )tt 10 11
Shoulders. '$ tt 8
BEANS f) gallon 20
BUTTER-' tt 15 20
CHICKENS Each 20 30
EGGS dozen &10
FLOUR Limestone, V barrel 8-jT75
Old Gold, barrel 4 75
Maysville Fancy, barrel 4 25
Mason County, $ barrel 4 25
Morning Glory, $ barrel 4 25
Roller King, $ barrell 4 75
Magnolia, ! barrel 4 25
Blue Grass, 1 barrel 4 25
Graham, sack 12 &15
ONlONS-f peck "
POTATOES V Peck 30
HONEY-fl tt 1215
Successor to 0. D. Russell & Co.,'
GLASS and BRIC-A-BRAC.
Will be pleased to have you call as soon as prac
ticable. New goods and lots ol them will be
brought on at prices thnt will please you.
40 West Second Street,
The summer man thatknows how to dress cool
and comfortable, and look swell at the same
time, has unearthed the secret. It is that wo
launder your duck and crash suits so that they
look just like new. Your linen keeps clean
longer when done up hero than elsewhere.
'Phone 1 03. POWER LAUNDRY.
Down town office Lee & Balleuger.
,.NEW FIRM NEW GOODS..
Leonard & Lalley,
Successors to S. A. Sbanklln,
Grates, Mantels, Tinware, Blued. White and
Granite Ware, Galvanized Tubs, Buckets
and everythlnc carried in a first
class Tin store.
Agents For Celebrated John Van Range
and Eclipse Stoves and Ranges. Personal atten
tion given Tin Roofing, Guttering, Spouting and
general Job Work.
Tudor Building, market St.
An elegant Life
Size Portrait free
wit every sitting.
Cadifs Art Studio
AT RIPLEY, 0.,
AUGUST 30, 31 and SEPT, I and 2,
Big premiums, big show and big crowds of peo
ple. The greatest horso show in the State. Most
pleasant Fair Groundsln tho Ohio valley. Grand
Balloon raco Wednetday, August 31. No extra
charge to see this race. Admission oaly 25 cents,
teams free. One faro round trip on C. and O.
Excursion rate on steamer M. P. Wells. Write to
L. II. Williams, Secretary, for Premium list.
Free Vaudeville Show!
THE ELDONS. in their novelty act, "Courtship
in a Chinese Laundry."
rAitKJKssuiN Ainu Kuiti, in ineir eccentric
comedy act, "A Crazy Pair."
SEEKER. WILKES and RASTUS.
oarFREE to street car patrons. Get coupon
ticket from conductor.
DR. P. G. SMOOT,
General Practitioner of Medicine and SuTgery,
Special attention given to diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Office and residence: No. SO West Third street.
Office hours : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Telephone No. SI,
A A sll AfcT"!30 !r.'a", cx.!itrl','!ce cables
I" H H I fa If "I0 10 ocleuuncullv treat and
h All Util WifhfK Wei
72-pace book sent free,
Add rem Br. L. 11. (:,,!..'
6th and Elm tits,, Cincinnati, Ohio!
Raveana, 0., July 20. Th Prohibi
tion party of Portaee county lx all but
dead. But Ave delegates ans-wered to
the call for a convention. An adjourn
ment was Ijaken for two weeks, when
another attempt to came a county
ticket will be m,ade.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
So. 16 10.05 a.m.
No. 2 1:35 p.m.
No.lSt 5:25 p.m.
No. 4 10.46 p.m.
No.l9t 6:80 a.m.
No. 1 6:10 a.m.
No. 17 .8.50 a. m.
No. 8 3.35 D.m.
No.l5f 4:35 p.m.
Daily, t Dally except Sunday
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
6:47a. m.; Baltimore, 8:00 a. m.; Philadelphia, 10:15
a. m.; New York, 12:43 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
5.00 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 3:45 p. m.; New York, 9:05 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
7:55 a. m.
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort by trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. l, 2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysville
Trains 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 stop at the St.
Charles Hotel, Maysville, for passengers.
For full Information and rates to all points East
and West, apply to
T. A. GARRIGAN, 8. E. P. A.,
Huntington, W. Va.
Leaves Maysvlllo at
5:47 a. m. for Paris. Lex
ington, Cincin'ti, Rich
ston, Jellico, Middlesborough, Cumberland Gap
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysville at 1:25 p. m. for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysville at 9:45 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.
All trains daily except Sunday.
July 28tli to Auprust 15th,
The meetings on these beautiful and much
improved grounds will be held beginning July
2Stii and closing August 14th. Eminent divines
will be present. Rev. W. B. Collins, D. D of
Louisville, Ky., Rev. E. O. Buxtou, D. D., of
Avondale, O., Rev. C. W. Barnes, D. D., of Wy
oming, O., and the ministers of the Covington
and Ashland districts are expected to bo present.
The quadrennial services will be on Thursday,
August 4th, Rev. II. C. Northcott and others ad
dressing the meeting.
The singing will be in charge of Prol. Crabbe,
I is an assurance that the music will bo all that
could be desired. A splendid addition has been
made to the hotel, giving ample accommoda
tions to all. The promenade grounds have beeu
extended, a new stable built and many other im
provements made, tho grounds are beautiful,
and best of all there is an abundance of pure
water two large cisterns, three wells, ono of
which Is l0 feet deep, the water of which we
have had analyzed, and it contains the following
medical properties : Total solids, 3 6 to the liter :
soluble salts, 3.10 to the liter; consisting of
chlorides and sulphate of magnesium, sodium
and potassium j Insoluble salts, 0.44 to tho liter ;
consisting of calcium carbonates with traces of
The hotel and confectionery will be in charge
of Ham rick Bros.; stables, Mr. Foxworthy, of
Mt. Carmel, baggage room and barber shop,
Walllngford & Owens.
The meetings will be in charge of Revs. G. R.
Freugcr and J. G. Dover, Presiding Elders of the
Covington and Ashland districts.
Any one too poor to pay admitted free. Good
order will be maintained.
Pollit & Barber will have charge of conveyan
ces from Maysville to the grounds. Fare round
trip 75 cents. Conveyances will leave Maysville
morning and evening at commencement of the
Any one desiring cottages write
I. M. LANE, Maysville, Ky.
For Weak Kidneys!
SPECIFIC KID1Y CURE
Cures Weak Back, Diabetes, Bright's DlseJiie.
Gravel and all kidney and urinary diseases. War
ranted to benefit or money refunded.
DR. HUGGINS' Specific Bladder I Cure
cures burning, irritation, inflammation, painful
urination and all bladder affections. At drug
Dr. Huggins & Co.,
TK J, CHENOWETH,
Attorney at Law,
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
fompt attentioH to Collections and legal matters.
C. BURGESS TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collection of Claims.
211 Court Street, Maysville, Ky.
C. F. Zweigart & Co.,
Second and Sutton Streets..
JAMES N. KEHOE,
Attorney at Law.
OMse: Court Btrect.eut side,
I&Jl-- ij.i ', fif-o