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FIMDAT. August, 5,-1898
Uslkss all signs fail, the war with
Fpasn will soon be a thing1 of the past.
That government has asked Mr. Mc
Kinley what terms he will accept and
the latter has replied promptly. We
learn today that Spain has sent her
acceptance back and it is in the hands
of the Washington authorities. The
only trouble now likely to arise is over
the disposition of the Philippine Isl
ands. Mr. McKinley is a strong peace
man, and, if let alone, will quick y
make some concessions tj Spain to end
hostilities, hut the danger is from the
politicians making a cat's paw of the
president, and making him do some
fool thing which will bring about com
plications which may involve us with
other nations. Mr. McKinley has
shown his disposition to be led by the
nosa on one or two occasions, and, as
stuted above, the only fear now is
from that source. I let alone we arc
satisfied he would tell Spain right now
to take the Philippines, leaving us a
coaling station, and go and sin no
more. The dispatches today say Spain
is willing to give up Porto Rico, give
the Cubans their freedom, go home
and stay there. It looks like this is
enough for the United .States to ask,
but many two-by-four politicians are
sending up a howl for more, and there
is yet no tel'.ing what the outcome
Aiioxo the lctest reports is one to
tlie effect that General Fitzhugh Lee
wsll be sent in command of fifty thou
sand troops to garrison the towns of
Cuba in case Spain accepts our peace
terms. The administration certainly
ought to recognize Gen. Lee, and it
would be difficult to find an honor too
great for him. lie is a man of sense
and bravery, and his excellent services
as Minister to Cuba, and in other ca
pacities ought to be recognized. What
he has done has been from a sense of
duty and not for the selfish purpose of
getting his name before the people, as
has been the case with nearly every
A scramble is being made by some
of the chronic office-seekers for the
position of commissioner to the Paris
exposition. The usual list of names
shoved into print are appearing. It
would be an exceedingly great sur
prise and relief to the people if it
would 'come in style' to appoint men.to
such positions who have stood back on
their dignity and not bored the life
cut of the public by having their
names stuck up as 1 'probably accept
ing" places. The political hot bed
in Kentucky needs weeding badly.
Some of the old sun-flowers in both
parties have stood until they are pet
After much delay. Col. Dave Col
Eon's regiment of Kentucky volun
teers has been mustered into the ser
vice of the United States. The gallant
Dave has a lot of men who are far
from the feather bed type, and ones
who know nothing else but fight
ing. 'J hey came from a secl'on of the
state where children are born with
a Winchester rifle in their hand, and
shooting to kill comes as natural with
them as it is for a dude to suck a walk
ing cane. They are not a'eerd of the
whole gol darn Spanish army.
The treatment received by Mike Sal
ter at the hands of Castleman's nurse
ry, is a disgrace to civilization. It was
necessary to have charges before they
cculd get Mike out, and the probabili
ties are that many a Legion man toss
ed upon his feather bed worrying over
what to trump up against him. These
fellows may have it in for the Lancas
ter man just at present, but there will
come a time when the fiddler will have
to be paid, and it will not be Mike',
money with which the violinist is com
We were mistaken in sizing up Ted
dy Roosevelt as a hot-house plant It
turns out that he is a very "bad 'un,"
and went to Cuba determined to ride
in blood up to his bridle bits. He got
to see blood spilled sure enough, but
as most of it came from the veins of
his own men, who, from lack of expe
rience rushed into a trap, tha honor
will not be as great as the daring war
rior hoped for.
The administration is entitled to
much credit for continuing the fight
ing while the Dons are parleying for
peace. We sincerely hope that an un
derstanding will be reached, but our
candid opinion is the Spaniards will
never come to our terms until a sound
whipping has been administered. In
other words, as long as they have any
thing to fight with they will not quit
The Courier-Journal asked for ex
pressions of opinions from' a number
of United States Senators as to the
terms on which the United States
should consent to end the war with
Spain. Most of them favor a demand
for territory in the Philipines. several
of them, including Foraker, Chandler
and Allen, favoring the retention
the entire group.
The souvenir edition of the Rich
xnond Climax was excellent in every
sense of the word. It reflects much
credit upon the clever editors and
printers Richmond has as fine a lot of
newspapers as any town in the state.
jf Uncie bam can ect Porto Rico, a
coaling station in the Philippines and
the freedem of Cuba he ought to be
satisfied ai d let good enough alone.
Madrid papers are indignant because
the United States did not stop hostilli
ties as soon as Spain proposed peace
Madrid dispathes of London papers
indicate that the Spanish people are
indifferent to the terms so long as
Spain is allowed to have the Phillip-
pines and is not compelled to pay an
A Washington dispatch says that
Loth houses of Congress will be called
iu extra session as soon as Spain indi
cates its acceptance of the terms of
The American troops are pushing
northward from Ponce along the road
to San Juan, though the general ad
vance will probably not begin in earn
est until the remainder of the army
The War Department is deeply con
cerned over the sicknes3 in Shafter's
army, and will remove the troops to a
well-appointed camp at Montauk Point,
L. L as soon as Gen. Shafter thinks it
safe for them to leave Santiago.
Permission has been granted the
White Cross As&ociotion of America to
send hospital supplies and nurses to
Manila on the steamer Arizona, which
will leave San Francisco in about two
weeks. The White Cross differs from
the Red Cross in that it is distinctively
Over one-third of fhc American army
around Santiago is sick of fever whic
is spreading rapidly. Malarial, ty
phoid and yellow fever is plentiful,
but the latter is of a very mild type.
Rear Admiral Sampson reports that
the Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria
Teresa is being pumped out, and will
soon be floated and taken to Guan
tanamo. The retreating Spaniards in Porto
Rico are said to be burning plantations
and sacking villages. They are accus
ed of wrecking vengeance upon non
compatants and malterating the wo
men and children. Refugees are flock
ing into Ponce. All tell of Spanish
An order has been issued for the
sending of an additional entire army
division of 15,000 men to re-enforce
Gens. Miles and Brooke in Porto Rico.
Maj. Gen. Wade will command the di
vision and will select his own regi
ments. An effort will be made to give
equal representation to all States in
Admiral Cervera's report of the naval
battle which resulted in the des
truction of his fleet has been forward
ed to the Spanish Minister of Marine.
The Admiral requires many pages for
the telling of his story. Although, as
a matter of precaution, the report was
transmitted through the Navy Depart
ment, nothing will be made public as
to the Admiral's statements unless giv
en out from Madrid.
Born, to the wife of James Simpson,
Allen Ray bought at Richmond court
Monday, 1 yoke of oxen at SSO. and
also engaged some of his cattle at 4c.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown attended
camp meeting at Wilmore, Sunday, and
report a large crowd there, and to see
so many men on the grounds and no
one smoking, was an unusual sight,
but it would not have been so, had the
privilege been allowed.
The Harrodsburg Sayings has the
following regarding a young lady who
had a great many relatives and friends
in the Buckeye neighborhood: "Miss
Laura Teater died at her home in Bo
hon, Wednesday, after a lingering ill
ness of consumption. She was in the
twentieth year of her age and had
been for several years a member of
the Christian church. The funeral
was conducted at ten o'clock, Thurs
day morning, at Bohon by Rev. David
Campbell and the remains were sub.
sequently interred in the family cem
etery." The Rev. W. B. Costley, of Stock
bridge, Ga., while attending to his pas
toral duties at Ell en wood, that state,
was attacked by cholera morbus. He
says: "By chance 1 happened to .get
hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I
think it was the means of saving my
life. It relieved me at once." For
sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm
Andrew Bogie and daughter, Miss
Hattie, and Mr. and Mrs. Herod Ray
and son, Reather, have returned from
Mercer, where they attended the fu
neral of Miss Laura Teater, who was a
dear, christian girl, and who .was so
anxious to make the exchange from
this life to tho one prepared for all
christians. Misses Stella Broaddus
and Lelia Hendrcn were the guests of
Miss Hattie Jones, Sunday. Louis
Ray is still confined to his room. Miss
Hattie Arnold, of near Lancaster, was
with Miss Carrie Brown, Sunday. Miss
Marion Ray left Tuesday, to visit her
aunt, Mrs. John Barney, near Crab
Orchard. L. p. Brown and son, John,
went to Beuna Vista, Saturday, and
attended High Bridge camp meeting,
Sunday. B. Ray and family, and Miss
Mary House, and sister, went to High
Bridge. Sunday. George Berry, the
hustling dry goods drummer, was here
this week. Our physicians are kept
busy attendin g the sick.
Dasg-eroM Drinking- Water.
Death lurks in impure Water. It
breeds diseases often in epidemic form.
The first symptom is looseness of the
bowels. These diseases are checked
by inking- Foley's Col'c Core. - x
The prospect for corn was never bet
ter .than it is in this vicinity.
Farmers say that the wet weather is
making the. wheat sprout in the stack .
Mrs, C. B Engleman has b-jea quite
sick, the doctor thiuks she is taking1
Rev. Echols, pastor of Njw Hope
church at Paint Lick, will preach here
on the 4th Sunday in this month at
three p. m.
Thera is a mova on foot to open a
road throu 'h the farms of Mrs. Wes
ley West and E, W. Norris, and inter
sect the county road leading to Low
ell, at or near the residence of Mr.
Born, on the 39th, to the wife of E.
W. Norris, a great big boy, and it has
been named Buford Parks Norris. The
mother and child are both doing well,
but Ed is in a precarious condition, it
is feared that he will never recover.
It seems that swapping horses is
dangerous business, at least, that is
the sad experience of John Clouse and
Jaak UollingsworLh, two of our near
neighbors who went to Richmond
court day, in July, and traded with
James Marcum. They are now in jail
at Richmond, awaiting the action of
the grand jury to see whether it was a
W. B. Adams and family have gone
to Rockcastle county on a visit Mrs.
Mattie Finnell, Mrs. Eva Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Chenault Willis, of Rich
mond, were the guests of Mrs. Ann
Broaddus, Sunday. Mrs. Annie Ad
ams is visiting at Lancaster thi week.
Mrs. Sallie Leavell, of Bryantsville,
was up this week to see her new neph
ew and niece, Buford Parks Norris, and
Old Mr. Frank Galloway showed us
some ola continental money that is
quite a curiosity. It was in two bills
printed on papar about four inches
square, one was for eighty dollars and
the other for twenty shillings, dated
July first, 1775. Mr. Galloway's fath
er, John Galloway, served seven years
as a soldier in the revolutionary war,
and he was paid in this money and
was promised if they gained their in
dependence he would be paid in U S.
money inside of-twelve months after
independence was declared, At that
time he lived in Virginia, and there
was no way of traveling only on horse
back or afoot, and no way of getting
the news, and the time ran out before
he knew it He has five or six hun
area dollars or tins money, lie says
his father would get it out every 4th of
July, and show it to his children, and
tell them that is what he got for fight
ing seven long years, a great portion
of the time without food or clothes.
Just think of it, how many fellows
that never heard a gun fire, that are
drawing pensions now, and this old
man went through the hardships of a
seven years war and didn't get his
monthly pay in money that he could
use, to say nothing about a pension.
"I think DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salye
is the finest preparation on the market
for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of
Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will
think the sams. It also cures eczema
and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug
An old colored woman, aged eighty
five years, known as "Aunt" Ellis
Kelley, died last Friday, on Back
Creek. She has received a pension for
some time, her husband being in the
IL L. Warner visited in Lexington
last week. Miss Leila Hendren, of
Madison, visited Miss Stella Broaddus,
the first of the week. Mrs. Lou Brown
of Shelbyville, is visiting her father.
Wat Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Will Long.
of Marksbury, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
W. Saddler and children, of Sycamore
Valley, were the guests of M. Hardin,
last week. Miss Minnie Wearen has
gone to spend a week with friends and
relatives in Paint Lick. Mra Robert
Burton, who had a relapse with fever
is better again. Miss Bell Hackley has
gone to Buera Vista to spend a few
weeks with relatives.
The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.
says De Witt's Little Early Risers are
the best pills he ever used in his fami
ly during forty years of house keeping.
They cure constipation, sick head
ache and stomach and liver troubles.
Small in size but great in results
Stormes Drug Store. Im
The infant daughter of EI Koeh
ler died on the 21 inst of whoping
J. B Conn can supply you with hand
made Buggies, Road wagons, Surries.
etc, he can save you money.
Jerry Pitts near this place has a hog
with five feet, the fifth foot projecting
from inside of front foot Also W. C.
Montgomery has a mule colt which
has a split foot like unto an oxen.
J. B. Conn is prepaired to build
smoke sta cks, and engine boiler ma
chines of all discription. Guns, revol
vdrs sewing macnines, in lact any
thing that is out of repair. Gat his
price. Also handles Harness, Saddles,
About one month ago my child,
which is fifteen months old, had an at
tack of diarrhoea accompanied by
vomiting. I gave it such remedies as
are usually given in such cases, but
as nothing gave relief, we sent for a
physician and. it was under his care for
a we.-k. At this time the child had
been sick for about ten days and was
having about twenty-five operations of
the bowls every twelve hours, and we
were convinced that unless it soon ob
tained relief it would not live. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy was recommended, and I de
cided to try it I soon noticed a change
for the better; by its continued use a
complete care was brought about and
it is now 'perfectly healthy. C. L.
Boggs, Stumptowa, Gilmer Co., W. Va.
For sale by & E. McRoberts. Ira
Ashby Arnold bought of Mr. David
Swopa 13 hogs for $52.50.
T. L Herring bought of B. F. Rob-
son, 13 sheep at 5 1-2 c.
A. D. Hujhes sold a lot of sheep to
A. Woods at $3 per head.
Minnie T., the little infant of Mr.
and Mrs Jam is Speaks, was interred
in the cemetery at the Fork Sunday.
Rev. Kuykendall conducted the funer
Miss Georgia Dunn is visiting Miss
Hallie Royston, near Point Leave 1.
Mrs. W. G. Dunn and son, Benjamin,
were visiting in Upper Garrard last
week. ' Miss Emma Johnson, of Nicho-
lasville, is visiting friends in this com
munity, this week. Mrs. S. E Menztes
and daughter, Miss Sadie, of Donald
souville, La., are visiting at Jack Kem
per's. Mrs. S E. Rice and son, A. J.,
of Hedgeville, visited friends in this
vicinity. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Caldwell, of Danville, visited Mr. J. C
Boner and family last week. Messrs.
Webb and Joe Kelley, and Tom Broad
dus, of McCreary, visited Tom Wall,
Saturday and Sunday. Rev. and Mrs.
Wm. Anderson, after several 'weeks'
visit to friends here, returned to their
home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Mrs. A. S. Chesnut, accompanied by
Mrs. Wm. Davis and daughter, little
Margaret, of Danville, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. J. C. Boner. Ebb Dicker-
i, of Buckeye, was in this vicinity
Sunday. Messrs. Oliver Boner and
Booth Sutton, spent several days in
Crab Orchard last week.
E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas,
writes that one box of De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve was worth $50,000 to him
It cured his piles of ten years stand
ing. He advises others to try it It
also cures eczema, skin diseases and
obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store.
Silas Anderson sold about 25 hogs to
S. Morgan for 3 1-4&
The infant child of John S Patton is
very sick at this time.
Pate Parish sold to S. Morgan two
heifers for 3c per lb.
J. J. Thompson sold to W. Walker a
load of fat hogs for 3 l-2c.
W. P. Grimes is buying steer calves
and pay good prices for them.
A. J. Thompson shipped his hogs
with J. L. McCarley's, last week.
Thompson, Brown and Siler, are all
in the mountains looking for stock.
J. L. Hutchin sold to W. L. Law
rence two heifers and a steer calf for
Mrs. Azile Anderson and Miss Hattie
Elmore, Misses Mary and Lucy Cum
mins are visiting relatives at Burgin,
and taking in the camp meeting at
Wilmore, this week. Mrs. Corminy, of
Rowland, is yisiting her mother, Mrs
Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Land have
been visiting relatives here this week
James Haskins, of Bell county, made
a business trip here the first of this
The editor of the Evans City, Pa.
Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough
Cure is rightly named. It cured my
children after all other remedies fail
ed." It cures coughs, colds and all
throat and lung troubles. Stormes
Drug Store. lm
Eorn, to the wife of Nat Prewitt, on
the 23rd ult, a fine girl, Alpha Marie.
Mrs. George Sebastian is ver3 sick at
this wi iting. Several persons in this
vicinity are suffering with chills. Prof.
Moore, who is teaching school at this
I lace is getting along nicely.
Miss Marie Dunn spent last Satur
day and Sunday with her cousin, Ash
by Sebastian, of Madison. Allen Se
bastian is visiting relatives in Madi
son. George Wheeler is very low with
Miss Matilda Prewitt and Mr. Hay
den Compton, of this vicinity, were
married at Richmond on last Thurs
day. A very nice supper was given
by the bride's mother, every one spend
ing a most enjoyable evening. A long
and happy life is the wish of .their ma
Thousands of persons'have been cur
ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and
cures eczema and all skin diseases It
gives immediate relief.
Old books taken in exchange.
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Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek,
German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History. Music, Ora
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For particulars and catalogue address the Principal,
' JAMES C. DOLLEY, fl. A-
Mr3. Ball is on the sick list this
Mrs. Annie Holtzclaw is quiet ill at
Mrs Bettie Spoonamore has been
quiet ill but is improving.
Miss McKinney bejun her school at
the Bright school house Monday Aug.
Prof. Secrest give .two excellence
sermon at the Christain church Sun
Mr. Leslie Sutton is going to make
quiet an improvement on his f Arm by
building a new house
Rev. Joe Matthews will preach at the
McKindred church Saturday night
Sunday and Sunday night.
Mr. Bright Sutton was cutting
wood Thursday and his ax flew of the
handle and went so deep in the ground
that he had to go and get a sjade to
get it out
Miss Stella McCleary is the gu?st of
her aunt Mrs. Withers. Miss Lizzie
and Lula Simpson are the guest of Mrs
Lizzie Rice. Dr. Cole is in our yacinity
hunting for a new location.
Those who want the first class
work done call at J. W. Anderson's at
Hubble he is taking the day in horse
shoeing and other work and when he
is doing that well he has no thoughts
when he will leave Hubble
Lum Teater lought two calves for
Sim Ray has three children very sick
II. C. Fowler sold to Eugene Berkele
a calf for 5.
Mrs. Brack Grow is quite ill of ty
T. L. S Hinders bought of John Den
n's a calf for SI0.50.
Born, to the wife of Jas. Simpson,
on the 31st ult, a boy.
Geo. McQuerry bought of Andy Rice
67 sheep at $3. 50 a piece.
Messrs. Norman Grow, Floyd and
Coy Saunders attended the camp meet
ing at Wilmore, Sunday.
Mr. Lewis Mitchell and sister, Miss
Blanche, and Miss Leon Land, are vis
iting relatives and friends in Jessa
mine, and attending the camp meeting
at Wilmore. Elder Jesse Walden and
son, William, made a visit to our vil
lage last week. Norman Grow and
Miss Mattie G. Saunders visited in
Burgin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Littrell are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Emma Monford, of near Frank
fort, this week. Mrs. Jane Shear and
little daughter, Bertha, are the guests
of her mother, Mrs. Anderson, of Need
Need more. Mra L. Preston and daugh
ter, Mrs. N. McCulley, visited Mrs.
Mattie Land, of Little Hickman, Sat
urday and Sunday.
"Care makes luck." Farmers always
will have good luck with their hogs
when fed Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, the
only reliable menicine for swine,
Thousands of testimonials from lead
ing breeders and feeders. For sale by
J. M. Higginbotham. lm
The Late-Staying Caller,
Friend Staylate makes a call in the
evening. Conversation blithe and joy
ons, and repeated requests for him to
remain yet a little while, lead him,
not at all unwillingly, to prolong his
visit. He looks at his watch with
gasp of genuine dismay, and hurries
away slowly at last with profuse apol
ogies for keeping us up until such an
unearthly hour. "Oh, indeed, no!'' cho
ruses the entire family. "This is early
for us! We never think of going to our
rooms until an hour latter than this."
Friend Staylate loiters a moment after
he gets outside the gate, blam! goes
the door; bang! wang! slam! go the
shutters, calling harshly to each other,
"Thought that fellow never would
go!" Bang! ''Why didn't he stay all
niffht?" Slam! And the rattle of the
chain cries," Gone at last!" The dark
ness of the dungeon settles down on
the house; the family has gone to bed
having relieved its mind by doors and
shutters that are reaay to ten the
truth any time they are given
charge. Robert J. Burdette
August Ladies' Home Journal.
Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says
that for constipation he has found De
Witt's Little Early Risers to be per
fect They never gripe. Try them for
- j stomach and liver troubles. Stormes
Drug Store. lm
it TUB Bins
Do not fail to give them a call, for no one can and will not
duplicate their prices.
Following are a few price3 for this week.
Star scrubbing lye 4c per box.
Best lump3tarch 4c per lb.
Ivory soap 4c a cake.
Clothes pins lc a doz.
Every thing else as cheap in proportion.
BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO
1PH- P. BROWN, Mgr.
a s -gs -t3- -g,
E. W. Iiillard.
Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc.
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S. M. HieoiKBOTHAM President
Liwis Y. Lxavxll Vice-President
B. F. Hudson Cashier
W. O. Rigney Assistant Cash'r
C. D. Wxlxxb Bookkeeper
J.SC.HiaoIMBOTHAK, IXWI8 Y. LlATXIX,
J.S.Johnson, T.M. Arnold,
H.C.Arnold, Jb. B.F. Hudson.
Jacob Y. Robinson.
PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT
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TRUNKS ami VALISES.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU
Whether You Buy Or Not.
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OF NEW YORK.
Office ovei Post Office.
I have purchased the
Walker stable and am
prepared to furnish the
Very Best Rigs
on the shortest notice.
Special attention given
Br ing us your Job
A. R. Denny. President.
Jso. E. Stormes, Vice President.
Wk. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier.
B.C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb,
Assistant Cash'r. Book-keeper.
R. T. Embey Ass't Book-keeper.
Sam'I. D.Cochran, Jas Spllman,
Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson.
W. R. Cook, L. Davidson,
I again appeal to thcs3 indebted to
me to come forward and settle their
accounts. To save further trouble,
come at once. My accounts are due
and must be settled. I don't want to
give my accounts to an officer.
MISS SALLIE TILLETT.
Teeth filled and extracted with
ont pain. Crown and Bridge
Work a.3yerflly. Office oyer J. R. Haselden's
hardware-3rc neji to Court House, Lancas
Far the speedy and permanent cure of
letter, sue riieum and eczema, Cham-
oertajQ s Jcyo aad Skin thntmen,
without aa eaual. It relieves the itcl
ing snd smarting almost- Instantly and
its" continued- use effects a permanent
cure. It also euros itch, barber's itch,
scald head sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped Bands, chronic sore eyes aad
granulated' lids. 1
, Dr. Cstyctaittta Pswien for
horses are tfeelbesttomic, blood pariler
aadverHufsfle; Price, dSeests. Soldby
JLILMeBobert, B?reV, Iacasttr.