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THE TIMES', NEW BLOOMFIELl), l'A., FJEMt UA11Y 22, 1881.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN,
Two Remarkable Apples.
About twelve yeara ago I became ac
qualnted with a new seedling apple
which promised to be an acquisition to
the apple family. As I was then engag
ed extensively In the grafting business I
began to propagate the variety as rapid
ly as possible; and now, after twelve
yeara' experleuoe, I can truly say It has
proved an acquisition. I named It the
"Yoke Annie." liv whtith name It. la
known In these parts. The history of
ine apple is as roiiows: About the year
1800 and 1802 a vounor seedllnar nnnln
tree on the farm of Benjamin Yoke, of
rarauise, Jelierson county, ra., was
grafted In the top prior to Its having
borne any fruit; and some of the natural
branches, through neglect or otherwise
were permitted to remain till they bore
fruit, which proved much superior to
the grafts on ,the same tree; and omis
sion or neglect saved to the world the
"Yoke Apple." It is In season from
the first of September to the middle of
October. It Is a large, round sub acid
apple, and in color is very much similar
to the Fall Itambo.
I have had forty years experience In
the grafting business; have become ac
quainted with and grafted almost all the
varieties that have been brought to the
country from far and near, from more
than a dozen nurseries for the last twenty-five
years, and will say that In my
opinion the "Yoke Apple," for drying
purposes, stands at the head; and is also
very good when fully ripe for eating,
and all culinary purposes; though its
best use is for drying. About the 8th.
of October last I bought a bushel which
I gathered from trees which I had graft
ed about six or seven years before, and
thirty-two apples was all that would lay
? and on each half bushel. A portion
of these I took to the Punxsutawney
fair, where they were as much or more
admired than any other apple among a
very large collection of varieties there
exhibited. It is without exception one
of the best and most regular bearers
that I ever knew among apples. The
apple should generally be cut lu eight
pieces to dry, and when dry is bf a rich,
Whitish-yellow color. This annle lias
but one drawback or fault, when the
grafts are young and growing very
thrifty, or when the tree stands in
damp or very rich ground, they are
somewhat disposed to rot. but when
grown on htgh dry channery .ground,
suitable ground for the growth of the
apple, it is without spot or blemish. It
is a good grower, and is destined to be
come extensively cultivated.
But I must speak somewhat of anoth
apple, and that is the "Graventlne."
This apple came into bearing for the
first time in this community about four
to six years ago, aud now It is regarded
by all who have it as the most perfect
apple they ever saw. As a fall apple it
seems to be without fault. About eight
years ago I was told by an agent from
Itochester, New York, that there was
not a better apple known than the
"Gravenstlne," and our short experi
ence in this community fully proves It
true.
I feel like saying a word for the
"Northern Bpy." Were I to give my
' opinion, after forty years in grafting
apples, and having set in that time
near or quite 200,000 grafts, of the three
above named apples, I would say: the
"Yoke apple" for the purpose, of drying
, is the most valuable apple ever grafted.
The "Gravenstlne" is the most perfectl
ed apple in all respects I ever grafted;
and the "Northern Spy" is the most
valuable apple to grow for use and mar
ket that I have ever grafted; and they
should all be grown on high, or dry
channery ground.
New Sheep Disease.
A new sheep disease which is killing
off flocks, has made its appearance in
wreene county, tills Btate. The sheep
are taken with a soreness in the mouth
which prevents them from eating, and
as a result they starve to death. The
same disease has appeared among the
sheep in this county. Mr. 8. Shultz,
of Henderson township, informs us
that he has lost nine out of a flock of
thirty-five sheep from this cause, aud all
the remedies he has tried proved ineffec
tual. If our readers know of any rem
edy for this disease they will confer a
favor upon sheep growers by sending It
for publication. Huntingdon News,
Good Advice.
.,IJ ya keep your stomach, liver and
kidneys in perfect working order, you
will prevent and cure by far the greater
part of the ills that afflict mankind in
this or any section. There is no medi
cine known that will do this as quickly
or as surely as 1'arker's Ginger Tonic.
r.ch Vll secu.re Perfectly natural
action of these important organs with
out Interfering in the least with your
daily duties. v See adv.
VEGETABLE
E21'
lull
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Providence, R. I.
Proprietors.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE !
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL ItKMRDY EVER
discovered, us It Is anrtnlti In Its ellects and does
not blister. Head Proof Ilclow.
From iter. N. P. Uranger,
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans, Vt, Jan. 2itli, 1880.
DR. J. B. KENDALL CO., (ients! In rep'y
to your letter I will any that my experience Willi
Kendall's Hpavln (Jure has been very sat isfactory
Indeed. Three or lour jeurs ago I procured a bot
tle of your agent, and with It, cured a horse of
lameness caused by Hpavln. Last season my
horse became very lutne and I turned him out for
a few weeks when he became belter, but when I
put him on the road he grew worse, when 1 dis
covered that a line-hone was forming. I procured
a bottle of Kendall's H iavlu (Mire, aud with less
than a bottle cured linn so that he Is not luine,
neither can the bunch be found.
Hespectfully yours,
H. N. (iltANCEIt.
Perseverance Will Tell !
Htoughton, Mass., March Kit I), 1880.
B.J. Kendall & Co., (ients: In Justice to you
and myseir, 1 think 1 ought to let you know that I
have removed TWO HONE HPAV1NS with Ken
dall's Spavin Cure," one very large ones don't
know how long the Hpavln had been there. I
have owned the hnrseelKht months. It took me
lour months to take the large one oil, ami two
months for the small one. 1 have used 10 bottles.
The horse Is entirely well, not at all still, and no
bunch to be seen or felt. This Is a wonderful
medicine. It Is a new thing here, but If It does
for all what It has done for me lis sale will foe very
great. ltespectlully voms,
CIIA8. E. PARKER.
Is sure In effects, mild In Its action as it does
not blister, and yet Is penetrating; and powerful to
reach any deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or any other enlargement. If used
fjn' bAvaral rtava smth an anaulti. Bitlltita niiph.
callous, sprains, dwellings, any lameness and all
enlargements of the Joints or limbs, or rheuma
tism In man and for any purpose for which a lin
iment (or man or beast. It Is now known to be
the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild
and yet certain In Its effect, lt Is used full
strength with perfeot safety at all seasons ol the
year.
Bend address for Illustrated Circular, which we
think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualllted suc
cess, to our knowledge, for beast as weli as man.
Price 81. per bottle, or Six bottles for 15. All Drug
gists have It or can get It tor you. or It will be sent
to any address on receipt of price bv the propri
etors. DB. B. J. KENDALL & CO.,
Euosburg Falls, Vermont.
" Kendall's Hpavl n Cure" is now sold by all the
leading wholesale druggists aud a large number
of prominent retail druggists.
avF. Moktimkk, Mew liloomtleld, agent for
Ferry Co., Pa.
NOTICE !
THE undersigned would respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of Perry county,
that be has a large and well delected stock ol
HARDWARE,
GKO(3KKIES,
DUUGH.
WINES AUQUf
JNAIL3,
HORSE and MULE SHOES,
BTEKL.
IRON AXLES,
SPRINGS,
SPOKES,
HUBS,
FELLOKH.
SHAFTS.
FOLE8A BOWS,
BROOM HANDLES,
WIRE.
TWINES, &0.
ALSO,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Plaster,
, , and Cement.
BOLE, CALF, KIP and UPPER LEATHER,
FISH. BALT, BUG ARB, SYRUPS, TKA8.8PICE3.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, aud SMITH COAL.
John Lucas SCo's.,
MIXED FAINTS,
(ready for use.)
The best Is the CHEAPEST.
.. .And a large varletynf goods not mentioned,
allof which were bought at the Lowest Cash
Prices, and he oilers the same to his Patrons at
the Very Lowest Prices lor Cash or approved
trade. Ills motto 1aw prlces.and Fair dealings
to all. Ge and see hint.
Respectfully,
8. M. SHULER,
Liverpool, Perry Co. Pa.
ESTATK NOTICE. Notice Is herebyrlv
en that Letters nf Administration on the
estate of William F. Miller late of Watts town,
ship. Perry county, Pa., deceased, have been
? ranted to the undersigned residing In the same
ownship. ,
All person8indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, aud those havlnii
claims to present them duly authenticated for
settlement to
EMORY B. MILLER Administrator.
Feb. , 1881 pdj Wilson Lufvkh, Atl'y.
nun mm
A PURELY VEGETABLE! REMEDY
rei iiTtMui ari iitunai hi,
II a nn pure fbr ell Ilia diseases Ihr which It li rwommmided,
. and la alwaya PERFECTLY AKB In ths hand
, of even lbs moat inexperienced persons.
It I ewre and ejntok remedy for COUGHS, RORn
THHOAT, CHILI,, and imllr troubles; KfTarita Initnnt
relief tit tiie inoet malignant ftirmi of DIPHTHERIA, and
la the bearknown remedy for Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
The Oldest, Beat, and Most Widely Known
Family Medicine In the World.
It ha fceen weed with aneh wonderful aneeeaa In all
parte of the world for CR AM P, CHOI.KH A, HI A It R IKE A,
b YSKNTERY, and all BOWEL COMPLAINTS that lt j.
Considered an unoUllxig cure for these diseases.
Has stood the test of Forty Years' Constant
Use In all Countries and Climates.
It. la RECOMMENDED by Phjraletana, Mlulonarlee,
Ministers, Manaajeraaf Plantatlone, 'VVork-S.riap., and
Factorlea, Harsea In Hoapltala In abort by JUrerybodjr,
Everywhere, who baa ever given lt trial.
IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL A3 A LINIMENT.
It should always be used for Pain In the Rack and Side,
and brings speedy and permanent relief In all cases of Urulaea,
Cuta, Sprain., Severe Rnrna, Sealda, etc.
No family can aantljr ba without It. Tt will annually
tn.ro many times lu cost lu doc-tors' bills, and Its price brings lt
within the reach of all. It Is sold at Site., SOc, and ft per
bottle, and can be obtained from all druggists.
WIDE AWAKE FOR 1881.
If thn ltojn and OlrW nf America could but "cc thn
illfN of drl if lit fill iiiHiitirtrri ttt. ami 11 in beautiful
(li'itwhiK'x for them, mtith'K prnnix-d Into the
twelve iiiiitiltfTH nf Wlilc AwftVf for Ihhi. we aru sur
ttmt durliiK the next three month the miiiMrrfjittcu lint
nt t.htt Muirtuhip wmilil Ih innr" tlmu dotiuld. Out nf
niHtiy brillituit fViuim-K we auuouuce the followliJKt
Ifiiviiiir dfltulitful uir'rl.-n Iti nlorc
Pcrlutjm JlrHt In K"'i'ral lnteri-Ht will lie
A NEW STORY by UYA), .MAC'DONALD
th I'uhHMhiTB littvluw rci'Kiitly rnuiilitcd arrariM'
nifiitH ntiMiKl Willi Mr. Oi-orRe MrirlMitmUl Ut write
niul Nt'tid tlifii lh iirlKfiiiil iiiatiiiHcrlpt of a Hcrlal
Htfiry I'nr older ri'ml'TH, whirl, from ila nuhject and
rlinnnrter American! will 11ml nf M-mitcr Interi-nt than
it tiy (if hlHrnrmer iKHikH. ThMMfiry, the title nf which
will he anuminrrd Inter, will he trlveii rnuitiletH (luring
It-Hl.ln M uit hly Hntiilcuientn,thuH vlvlnvlrei to every
riuliMcrilHT oiH! of Mr. MunUotiald'a loiiKrit aud llneet
Btoriv,
Thoj-ii who rnnininher with rteHjht that nlinrmlnir
home htfiry nf thn "lioKherry Uuiit h" will read with
mill Kiviitrr drill- lit
HOl'KY FORK.
aHtorynf the Ohio Hill mmitry, hy Mary Hartwell
(!atherw(Mn. ThoMt who havn read thin Hertnl In Mim-UHi-i
ipt proNimiicr It one ol the uiohI fnrieluatluK Htorles
they ever read. Jtlnaaiay aud fqiarkllnif R a wild
mountain brook- Mr. Oturvi F. llunuta will illuatratv
UilrtNtdry with tlilrty-Hix drawing".
Mrw. A. M. Uiui Iihm written Uie Little Talks own
serial,
POIil.Y COLOONB,
and It will tw very fnnli and funny. At Inaat nti hun
dred and twenty llliiHtrutioiia will H(;coniiany 11. Tlitwe
tamoiiH twin boyM, the .linuny-JohuK, am jirlme actora
lu l'oliyii wonderful adventures.
For the. nlder yoiitiK folka Ihero wilt bn
THE HTOJIV OK HONOR HRIUIIT
by Miim-iiub Merrlweather, author of "A General Ml
underHtaiidiiiK." aud 'ltoyaUxtwrto'g LaHt V ear at Ht.
OlUVl'H.
'J'IiIh new rtfiry Ih dedicated to thn boya of a certain
nnhool, real live Ijojh, who wrote to the, author, chul
leuwhiK htm to rodtir a Nt'iry etiual t the two JuHt
mentioned. In rcn)Oiie, "Honor JJrivhl" baa been
wriiten, lur fiiierlor to either, In both interest ami
Influence. In the nume. -if the hr-ro, Honor Urlht, Ilea
a meat fuiriirfrie. Mr. Waller Hhirlaw, liiHlructor at
the Art HtiMteuta Lliikub, New Vurk, will ill uhI rate
thiMHtory fully.
Heveral Hti iktny Two Tnrt Storied will aimear dutiuir
the. year: Kinif l'hili.'H Head, bv the F.ditor of tlm
"lioHton Courier:" Tot, The Dwarf, by Munrarut
Kyliuire, wiih ei).'htdrawliiKa by (ifore Filter, etc.
A New Fwitnre, lueludiufr Oaali Prlxeo, for beat nrlir
Inul Ht'iricn, drnwliiKH, imzlea, Invent hum, et., will be
llitroduued dliriuir 1ml Hull itArtie.iiliirai Iti .lfttumrv
number).
Ana utter lontr eoiiHiiieratlon or what would best meet
vrowiuv ueniiiNiin, me, r.'imirH uuve uecideu to aud
Hne lul Denartmeut for Hoyn (whiub Rirln are also in
vited to enjoy), which will be
NEWHPA PER NEWS,
or what the boya (and trlrla ton) wfflh to know and
niKiu to unow o! wnut t lie reai world la dnintf. nayiuM'
mil thlnkiliir . ThlHdeti irtmeut will he nniltr Hie wliln
i-harwe 1 1 l'jlwanl Kverette Hale, whotte name alone la
r -nil ran tee ol Ita certain rtuiarkable iutermt and irac
ich 1 value.
1 lie iuiuin!ier also nave pleasure in annmumlntr A
New (Jover. artistic and weiniliieiv American In ileMiu-ii
and novel in mlnr, which, with entire new tvpe, will
add largely to theattrautiveneaH of this popular niBKa
sine. Kulwrrlptfon Price, 12 mr pr year, poet paid.
HubHcrilio now for thia inoet
DKLIGH1TFUL CHRISTMAS OIFT.
fipeclnien free. AddnH,
D. LttTHHOP k OO.. PnbllRbera,
8i Frankllu Street, Boa ton, Maaa.
DR. HUTCHINSON'S
WORM DESTROYER
An (Xd and Trlrd Itemed r. ItrmovttthtWormt
and tlie tecretiom that keep them alivt. We erna.ra.ntea
its virtue. We have hundreds of Testimonials, col
lected In the last 15 years, proving conclusively there
U no remedy equal to Dr. Hutuhlneonfe worm
Dcatroyer to remove the Worms (all kinds, .Round,
Heal, Long, and 7H;w), that Infest the human system.
Phyttciam buy them and give them to their suffering
patients. There a no humbug or miaekery about this
thoroughly reliable medicine. Frtoe, ado. pet box.
A, W.WRIGHT & CO.,Wholtnlt Drue
it.
Market and Front 8trett, I
Uladelphla.
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In regard to K;is'J dress and ornament, the
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original sov. . 'while its Htorles, Poems, and
Kssayscu Soc. . jnd Domestic Topics, give variety
to Its oolumuiV .
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The last Klfven Annual Volumes of Harper's
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Address HARPeKO BKOTUERd, New York.
License;
TH E Executive Committee of the Perry County
Temperance Association, hereby gives notice
to all concerned, that the names of alfappllcaut's
and signers lur hotel and restaurant license will
be published this year, as ukiisI. '
JOHN 8HEAT8. '
' Chairman.
IRON ft STEEL In a great assortment ol
Shapes aud Sizes,
F. MORTIMER.
Newport Advertisements.
JEWPORT DRUG STORE.
V "
Havlnton hand a onmpleta assortment of ttaa fol
lowing artlolea, the subscriber asks aharsof rear
patronage.
Drugs and Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a fall stork of
Concentrated Eomedles,
ESSENTIAL OILS.
Brashes, Perfumery.
IIAIIl OIL,
AND
FANCY ARTICLES.
Also always on Hand
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
FOB
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
PURPOSES
q 5 ,3 q I -
PHYSICIANS ORDERS
Cartfiilly and Promptly Filled
B . M . ED Y,
Newport, Penn'a.
it. s. cook & co.,
Agree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than anyothar dealersln this
county. We will also take good Tlmberon the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, &o, We ue Clear Held Pine and llera
ockouly. W. R. 8. COOK ft CO.,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa.
Ootober 10, 1876.
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones ft Son,)
Grain & Produce
MERCHANTS,
Brick 'Warehouse, Front SU, above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the publlo generally, as
the HIGHEST PRICES the market wIllaBord,
wlllbe paidforallklndsof
GRAIN,
FLO UK,
PRODUCE
SEEDS AND
ItAILKOAD TIES
We have constantly on band,
ITIBB,
SALT,
PLASTER,
CEMENT
COAL,
IRON,
STEEL,
HORSE 8HOE8.fte.,fte,
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST KATES.
Orders promptly tilled,
Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Wright's Building,
WEWPOBT, PA.
Sole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos,
.tTh23e"V:iprrle.?t, app"ed with Q0Oit
- Yonr orders are sollolted. i 44
g HIME8,
Firo Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
Sontb. East Corner Market Square,
NEWPORT, PENN'A.
FIRK INSURANCE POLICIES written In first,
class companies on all kinds of Insurable proper
ty, at fair rates, and losses honorably adjusted
and promptly paid. Correspondence solicited.
Companies Represented:
Mtnt. of Hartford. Assets, 6,7o0,n00.
Commercial Union, " 1 444 ono
Fire Association, Phll'a., " 778!ooo!
B. HIMES, Agent.
March 11. 1880 ly
MEN'S VEIL S
Don't vou want some cheap
wui mr rini, tsa nuns T
f vou do. don'K fall 1a
lASliuiS' reiiuiu Bnurimtin lor sale oy r
MORTIMER. You can suit yoursellin style and
price.
ESTATE NOTICE.-Notlce Is hereby given
that letters testamentary on the estate of
Busan Rice, late of Madison township. Perry
county. Pa., deceased, bave been granted to the
undersigned residing In the same township.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those havl ng
claims will present them duly authenticated for
settlement to
BAHAH F.CE.
January 18, 1SS1 S xi outi Ix.
I
BOOKS I
Oift Books,
Children1 8 Books,
Blank Books,
School Books,
Bibles ! Tfistaments!
And all Kinds of Books
AT BEACH'S
Book & Drug Store.
Stationery at Wholesale or Retail
C3T Subscriptions taken for all News
papers and Magazines.
E. C. BEACH,
Newport, Penn'a.
. November 18, 1879
A UCTIONEEJiS.
JAS. P. LATCH FORD,
AUCTIONEER,
Would respectfully Inform the public that ht
w cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive prompt attrition.
WDONNALLK'tt MILLS, FERRY CO., PA.
tamescleeland"
U Auctioneer,
Offers his services tothecltizensof Perry and
Cumberland count ies. Post office addressf
Shermansdale, Perry Co., ra.
Auctioneer. The undersigned given
notlcethathe wlllerysalesat any point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited and
promptattentlonwlllbe given. o,,0"eu "
E.D.WELLS,
New Buffalo
Perry co.. t a
B.HARNISH,
-A.XJO TI OlS KICIt ,
nelvllle, Perry Co., Pa. Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. (tf
JJAVID WC0Y,
ICKESBURO, PERRY COUNTY, PA.
toSlSi"Bea lnodeate Prompt attention (al
a
AlL?Z!0,'HAtr,'Ih', nn"e'Kncd gives
,. n2t,,p:",,l,af 'e will ciy sales at a reasonable
rate. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W THflB BTTTrU T.
Nov. 18, '78 New JJIoomileld'.'Pa.
p P. HOOVER
ATJCXIONIClCIt.
.AH'i",? i0 Mrni nd asfanMon guar
auteed. Prices low. Call 011 or aldres
F. P. HOOVER,
August! 2. 1879. Elllottsburg, Pa.
HENKV KKLL,
, - AUCTIONEER,
Would respectfully Inloim the ciilztnsof Perrv
???IllZ " ',e T 111 "J "" Mioit Lotlce. and
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction suaiantetd.
Address Hinbt Akll, Ickesburg, Pa,
H
0ME MANUFACTURE.
LOOK OUT!
IL',uJ-.?HPeotlTB,3lI,,orn, myfrlendsthat In
tendoalllng upon them with a supply of good
ofmy
OWN MANUFACTURE.
Censlstlngof
OA88IMEBS.
OAS8INBT8,
FLANNELS, (Plalnandbar'd )
OAKPET8, &.,
to exchange for wool orsellforeash.
J.M.BIXLEH.
Cshtbswooliu Factory. e.17.4
KENDALL'S SPA YIN CURE.
It Is sure to cure Bcavlns. Rnllnt.
Curb, fte. It removes all nnnninr.i
enlargements. Does not blister. Has
no equal for any lameness on beast or
man. It has cured hlp-ioint lame-
nesa In a Iwnn. ,hn h.il m.n. i .
. j.m, jumuuini 1 iKtuniaiism.coTDS,
frost bites, or any bruises, cut or lameness. It
has no equal for blemish on horses, fiend for Il
lustrated circular giving positive proof. Price
one dollar. All Druggists I ave It or can gel lor
? L Kendall Co., Pros.,Enosburgh,
HARRIS ft EWINO, Agents.
. Pittsburgh. Fa,
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Philosophical and chemical apparatus for tho
Uudy of the Natural Sciences. Literary Society
Library.
Students are at all tlmesonder the supervision
01 the Principal, and their progress and conduct
noted on their weekly reports.
. Boarding, if paid in advance, 12.50 per
week, otherwise. 12.75. Tuition from Ut cents to
tl.OS per week In advance.
For further information address
J. &. FI.R KINGEK. A. R. Principal,
or Wa Griih. Proprietor.
New Bloomileid, Perry Co. , Pa.
August 10,1880.
T71ANCY floods and Notions, Soma new ar
JC rivals. Cheap.
F. MORTIMER.
MOMlECloths and other Dress Goods la va
rious styles.
F. MORTIMER.