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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part Second Pages 9 to IB VXXL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MOBSTIKGr DECEMBER 7 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS B MISSES ASD DURING THE NEXT 20 DAYS See our Ladies 35c See our Ladies Black See cur Ladies Fine X y Our Handsome line of Mens Slippers will be on sale December 15tii Furnishings and At unneardof Low Prices to reduce our large stock Dont miss the BARGAINS we offer in handsome Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders Smoking Jackets etc Our elegant line of Gents Neckties Scarfs Handkerchiefs Mufflers Suspenders Gloves Hosiery and Underwear is unsurpassed in the West See our Hens Black Underwear which is very popular HERE IS WHERE WE SLAUGHTER THE PRICES It is on our SECOND FLOOR BARGAIN Laboring people you cannot afford to pass these Bargains during the Holiday trade These counters are loaded with SPECIAL BARGAINS SEEING IS BELIEVING deo tUe BARGAINS offered by Walker Bros Fyler Co RECEIVED Purchase of Winter t Holi Which Crowds their Store With Bargains of All Blinds We shall make our Store Headquarters for HANDSOME STYLISH GOODS at the LOWEST POP MOST GOOD Merchandise for your DOLLARS We call SPECIAL ATTENTION to our elegant line of Handkerchiefs for Christmas presents See our good quality of See our Fine Linen Initial 20c Worth 35c See our Fine Silk Embroidered 25c Wordi 50c See our Extra Fine Initial 50c Worth 75c See our Fine Silk Only 5Oc Worth 75c Over 5000 dozen to select from and the extremely LOW PRICES we shall sell them for is certain to move them rapidly Over 100 dozen of those fine Silk Handkerchiefs at only 25c already sold and 200 dozen more coming Holiday trade GOODS SILKS VELVETS CREPE D Going at Low Prices to Reduce our Mammoth Stock All the new party and evening shades in above fabrics just received They are BEAUTIES ade HOUSE of WALKER BROS FYLER BEGINS IN GOOD EARNEST ON OUR ELEGANT CLOAK STOCK We are overstocked and will reduce our mammoth assortment re gardless of cost or value Read the following LOW PRICES Our Seal Plush Sacques will be closed for only Our Plush Jackets go for only Our elegant Cloth Newmarkets going for only JACKETS TO BE SLAUGHTERED REGARDLESS OF COST See 2 Elegant Imported Wraps former price now only See 2 Prize Plush Wraps beautifully trimmed former price now only See 3 fine Brocade Wraps Ostrich feather trimmed former price now only See 3 fine Brocade Wraps Ostrichfeather trimmed former price now only Our elegant Plush Sacques now only All our Fur Capes going at SLAUGHTER PRICES flute tie Cnl in Prises on Misses Gamuts for 15 Bays Only Dont fail to read our special price ads in Tuesday Thursday and next Sundays issue Keep your eye on the bargains offered at Walker Bros Fyler Co HOLIDAY s iioiv They Resound Throng the Vales of the Silver Stale THE VARIOUS INDUSTRIES OF KEYADA Festivities of tho Whites and the rtMlw Poiioo and Plenty Tin in WinterA NOII of Hitfh NovadnNews pJiJKIC StOok nixl OlilJICKMlONIlKNCK VmorxrA CITV Doc On tlui passed olT in an unusually uniet inannor Tlu pcopli being ill in their homes the stivits is quiot as cm a Sunday It t day of f oast ing Md of homo on If MX saloon miu had unticl pird extra Jimnnnt of business thoy wirc disnppniiitnd of turkeys iliiclvDHS and quail won sold and devoured Tlio people of the ninstnok liiiAc been famous as of ind poultry and they lluui1 iMiolunt reputation in Tlio day buloro Thanks giving tlioro wero in sight on C street iiuiny onsof pouliry tho provision and tnuiily supply stoins so ovnrllowing upon i he sidewalks that pndustrians com piind of i ho Jne thought that all the poultry would not be sold in a month ynt by Sal unlay night not a fowl lit to eat was in be found Even tho Iiuto Indians MiriMil up noses at rho ragged rorn niints thoy preferred neck beef to oo too much light they pitsscd it when a ollorod adilapi garni cock for priro of a decent looking chicken iOOD WITH T1IK INDIANS Thoiigli Iiutos know next to noth ing the true history of Thanks KiviuK yet think of day on good oatinp it ushors in Of tiis thoy got their full share Almost ovcry dwelling in t ho city has its family or two of Pinto pensioners On all feast days among the whites family groups of rods aro to ln SUMMI clustnred in of tlukitcluuis waiting to ividivo as tluMr sliaiv of the A day ahvuys anxiously looked to by the is Christmas Thru they arc sure of a grand fotnl No proplu in States are more chariuiblo than our citizens Probably in no place in tho whole country do the whites so liberally givefrom their tallies to tho Indians as in tho towns and camps of Nrvada In tho small towns in tho the whites iuul the reds aro even closer together than lioro tJioro more of tliiMii are employed as help in houses Tho whites may truth fully lie said to olotho and food all tho Indians that are tho reservations Men women and children aro in of the Tho liavo their regular routes throughout the city for the collection of broken victuals Of evenings thoy are io le seen tiling out of town toward their huts in the suburbs each with a gunny ack tilled a conglomerated mass of oauibKs At times a squaws so loaded aro bo soon marcliing in lino The weight of their loads boitiiS Stlp PMUM on a strap passing across the forehead all move nlonj stooped at the Soon in tho dusk of even ing thoy pass for a procession of witohos us the old ones have ahuhit of iioliiig nlonp with the assisianoo ui a broom handle or some such stick earned as a stall Tho younger squaws however are pen orally U bo scon with a paipooso mountodon their backs astride of the sack of brokuzi victuals Squaws Mid HTO as fat as pigs There is no danger of tho Iiutes dying out Morechildren are born among them than among the whites of any nationality An attempt to live in such houses as are occupied by the whites is the only thing that would kill them olT To bogin with thoy need no bolter houses than tho roughest of board shanties Tho next generation may venture upon dwellings with cloth and paper lining andit will not bo safo for thorn to occupy plastered houses short of tho third generation taken into the families of soon die of an nbuudanco of free and pure Stagnant air Is as biidfpr mi Indian as stagnant for a fish A teat is rtho winter dwelling that can bo given an Indian family White people often laugh about tho Indians movingout of comfortable houses to camp in the open air but it is not moro whim that causes them so to do They leave the houses because aro unooin bio in them All old minors know after camping in tho opon air for three or four months an ordinary cabin as full of holes as a tin lantern seems oppressively close of nights After three of under no roof but iho heavens tho minor re turning to his cabin nightly lings open windows and doors for the lirst or throe wooks MlNTNOl MATTERS Though tlKsro is a bettor feeling in mining stocks at the Bay and a slight in the price of one or two favor ites it is not here thought that any per manent rise will he soon until after tho holidays Toward Christmas there are always many sellers in tho market and prices aro beaten After Now Years there will undoubtedly bo seen a rovival About that time thoy will bo able to got to work on the first ievel be low tho Sutro drain tunnel in the Crown Point minoand this in conjunction with the usual and natural reaction from the low prices to which tho sales before Christmas will have beaten down all stocks will bo likely to bring about a llttlo spurt out of which veteran doalors will make some nionoy Tho grade of all Comstock ore isnow BO low that it will henceforward be nec essary to give attention to improved processes in all departments Tho aver age of Con Cul Virginia ore is now only about SL7 a ton This would bo thought very poor stulV at tho now mines in tho eastern part of the State Tho average assays out there are far ahead of anything we can boast here on the Comstock 11 is probable that the experiment of leaching Comstock oros will soon bo imxdo Concentrators aro now doing used at tho Altaand Occi dental milies whrro there is a good deal of gold in pyritos but tho ordinary con centration processes aro useless when applied tn oros in which chloride of silver is tho predominant rnotal JUNK IN UKOKM15KU Our fuio weather still holds on Never before have 1 soon grasshoppers walu ing about on the Comstock in Decem ber In the sun our days have been un comfortably warm for tho past threo wnoks If the old saying holds good that one extreme is followed by another its opposite shall have a warm and snowloss winter Should this prove tho case wo would next summer hoar a grand rovival of talk about storage reservoirs which would continue until tho coming of another winter of big snows then tho average ranchor would knock down any man who should have tho temerity to so much as mention the building of storage reservoirs With too many of our people it is tho same as regards their ranches as it was with the Arkansaw man in re gard to the roof of his cabin COMSTOCK A M USEMKNTS Our peopleare bent on having their usual round of the world wag as it will Kails and socials are ad vertised by almost every order and soci oty in tho city to take place between now and Now Years day If all these events gtako place as advertised our dancing people will have a busy month Then Manager Piper of the Opera House has qo fewer than threo compan ies engaged each for from one to three nights It is to be hoped that all may draw big houses as John Piper is one of thoso whoso motto is Never coaso from He is always on the warpath for tho very best talent ob tainable and through his efforts does much to keep the town and people alive All work and no play mada Jack a dull With what can bo done by our several literary clubs and societies to fillout the blank spaces in the above lines of amusement with a few serenades and surprise parties we shall probably bo able to pull through tho remainder of and outer upon 1SD1 in very good lighting trim C C Powning has sold the Reno Journal to Ivolley of the Winnemuoca Silver State a firstclass newspaper man The Silver State has been sold to George S Nixon cashier of tho Winnemucca Bank who will make it a Republican paper will make the Reno Jowiitil a Democratic paper it a standoil Tho Reese River Reveille of Austin Lander county which1has for a year or twopast hold on as adaily with dogged pertinacity on air now comosout as a boon improved by the changeC The weekly is more valuable as a news paper than were the six papers iprmerly publIshed ouch hasbeen a tough place in which to publish a daily for some ivyoars past Revettlc was published as a daily it V should have been a triweekly as the town has only a triweekly mail John Dennis formerly of the Tusca rora TimcxRevlew bvgim work on the Virginia City Chirontele last Monday John is a spicy writer Be was on the Chronicle during the late political cam paign and now retires to it after a short stay in Reno Sam Davis in the Appeal and Deacon Parkinson in the Trdnune continue to hold Carson City up to the scratch in tho race that town with Ituno Although it has been a wot season the grass is not very long for any of the Nevada papers Cassidy runs the Scntfaiel at Eureka as a weekly and does a good deal of work for a lazy man Tho Piocho Record White Pine News have both picked up wonderfully revival of mining in tho eastern part of the State J M Campbell lessee of the Enter prise Virginia City is the newspaper king of Nevada He owns the Walker Liiiw Bulletin at Hawthorne Hlsmeralda county and the Lyon County Times at Dayton Gyon county and not content with threo newspapers iscasting aspecu lativo eye toward Churchill county which as yet has no newspaper and not many people Most of the people are ranchers who are settled about the two lakes or sinks of the A paper for that section might be called the P elm in as it is a semiaquatic region Joe iilckloy State Printer elect says he can now count a larger following of young ladies than any School Trustee in the State All the young ladies to go down to Carson arid work in the bincl ory At the drop of the hat he could get enough girls to bind tho last IJ S Cen sus Report in loss than a month Lady typos aro not so plentiful but ho has offers of an army oi the stronger vessels to toil at the Tins STOCK GANGES Notwithstanding all tho losses suffered last winter by our cattlemen Nevada is sending groat numbers of fat cattle to California Owing to the great abund ance of feed ou all theranges during the summer those really are fat ing fat Many fat rheop are also beinjj shipped to our California neighbors and wo shall also send thorn immense quan tities of hay 1 have never seen liner hay than was this season produced in Nevada particularly on the Truckee Meadows Although thoroughly cured it looks as green and bright as the day it was cut Poets have much to say about the scent of nowmown wagon load of this hay scents a wholestreet iiv passing through it This is a literal fact not a poetical figure of speech As hay is this season very scarce in tho Sacramento valloy large quantities will bo sent thither from this State Mie railroad people giving liberal special rates Last spring it was tho other way Before grass started here our people were obliged to bring hay from California but it was far from being so fine as tho hay prod need here The al falfa hay of the Truckee without ever being touched by a drop of rain or even dew is so full of saccharine matter that itis greedily eaten by hogs as well as horses cattle and sheep icoso are particularly fond of it and in winter vyhea grass is not obtainable chickens and turkeys eat it Winters always keeps his flyers well supplied with hay from this region This season ranchers in Eastern Nevada aro advertising their willingness to trade hay for cattle last winter 4t was just the reverse Probably no moro trades will bo perfected this winter than last r Shelter sheds have been pretty gener ally erected in Central Nevada where lies our cold Vacant buildings in the town of Austin are being sold to ranchers to be pulled down and trans formed into cattle sheds on neighboring ranches n Too Great a Risk Dashaway I had a funny thing hap pen last night I was invited out to a little poker party should I meet there but a man who jused to be my Sundayschool Ha ha How you come out 0 I wouldnt New York Sun liheuniMtiiiio Our daughter the fheumatism so feyere that she vviws helpless for months were in duced through our uncle of this place to give Kennedys Favorite Remedy made trial Ju a short time she began to improve slept wtill soon recoYeredfrbitvall the Jis ease more oouldbe desired I M Salulord No 315 fifth JDep liver TORU lutor Positive apocitfo for liVer opni Bud taste in mouth pti arising InVtne the eyes tired Henleys English the AND 600DSTANFORD His StrengthWith the Alliance ami Probable Presidential Soiuinoc IMMUNITY OF WOMEN IN CALIFORNIA They Can Shoot Their Lovers ami JI us bund 8 Without Dread of Pun TheWeakling1 Ministers Who Fail to Academy of Sciences uiid the Great Field Open to Case CORKKSPONDICNOK TBIBtrNK SAN FKAXCLSccvDcc 5 1800 To Indies husbands or lovers of whom they do not know how to rid themselves California presents unsur passed attractions It is only necessary to decoy the annoying males within our borders and then shoot them No legal punishment will follow Even the press will console fair murderesses for the publicity of a trial by dropping the tear of sympathetic sensibility No woman has yet been murder in Cali fornia and very few imprisoned Even to get to jail for the foulest of assassina tions a empire has far past her youth very ugly and of the lowest social grade On Tuesday last a San Francisco jury required hut twenty minutes to set free Miss Millie Panhorst for slaughtering Samuel Goldberg her lover in her own house Miss Panhorst swoot inno cent who went olT from home and lived with Goldberg as his mistress and who receivedhis visits after both had been in the doctors hands it is quite impossible out of a medical jour nal to describe the loves of the young couple The plea at the trial was both insanity and selfdefense it being al leged that the man had threatened her life The young womans attorney took the ground that she had done a good deed and with uplifted hands in formed the Almighty and incidentally the Court and jury that he cherished the humble hope that all sidewalk mashers would be murdered in time It appeared that the one hisclient had done for hart scraped acquaintance with heron the street After acquittalMiss Panhorst was condescendingenough to wrjte a circular letter to the newspapers of the city In this gentle wronged creature returned her thanks for the kind and in which they had treated her during her trying In her capacity of a public character from whom something more than mere personal selfish utter ances were required the slut added I am but a poor girl who was betrayed by the wiles of oue of a class of which un fortunnrcly for my sex there are too many inthis No regret you see for her brother sinner coward and horror at having shed blood not a trace of any right feeling for what she had herself with her ought to feel flattered certainly and appears to be without the faintest sense of responsibility for her deed V In this last particular the young lady for so she has been written of by some of the eommiserating reporters falls in naturally with popular feeling in California In all matters wherein her chastity is con cerned woman hero is deemed a lay figure The man alone is considered as a reasoning being he only is supposed to be aolicted with of conscious villainy So well recognized is womens immu nity from the penalties which men guilty of similar deeds would suffer that i now and again there are males of the species sufficiently crafty to For example there is Mr Ho well a real estate agent of Oakland His wife wits troubled by she receipt of love letters from enamored They grew so that when proofs of anattempt cowli the put husband of caught him unawares and knocked him down Hut the carpenter villain as he was having a man to deal with waded in the wife meanwhile using her whip Agreat crowd stood around cheering and laughing It is not California eti quette in to iCo re in a fight in which a lady is taking a hand or to assume that she is not justified in deserting the po sition of a noncombatant which in con sideration of her physical inferiority man has generously accorded her The husband and the carpenter were both j arrested but of course the woman was not molested She wont be either If the carpenter who was debarred by from giving the voluntarily un woman the thrashing she and deserved should cause her arrest for battery all Oakland T dare say would be shocked for so ungallant an action and no jury would convict her Woman can do what she pleases in California even her own fighting and killing and it is surprising that the Immigration Bureaus have not put this fact forward more prominently before the people of the East and Europe The fine building of the California Academy of Sciences which owes its existence to the munificence of James Lick rises nobly on Market street When the Academy shall fool itself per fectly at home there let us trust that it will do something which may fully justify its existence Our men of science in and out of the Academy are about the largest on think Dan do Quille the Comstock newspaper man had an article in last Sundays on the geological and archeological won ders of Nevada that almost anywhere else would have stirred up the local scientific world but what California scientists read in newspapers they give no attention to A dozen years or so ago I saw for the first time on the floor of the quarry at Carson penitentiary the footprints preserved in stone of what appeared to be giants They were as human in form as my own foot could make though my shoe placed in one was as ababys to a laborers bro gah There were tracks of animals too from the elephants to the wolfs Fossil tusks and bones had beeni dug up at various times during the preceding fif teen years One complete great tusk had been presented by Lieutenant Governor Slingerland when he was warden to the landlord of the Orrasby House It hung behind the bar as an ornament till it crumbled to dust I wrote privately of these things to onoof the foremost scientists of things that the press of Nevada had wearied in tolling The per sonal friend and a man of great learn ing who has published many scientific had seen frequent mention of the footprints and fossils but had regarded the tales as mere newspaper He and others visited the place took casts of the foot prints and then the Academy of Sciences had a grand row over them some holding that they were human and others contending that they were more probably made by a monster sloth There so farasI know the whole mat ter has rested to this day Had the find occurred in Europe the world would have baen shaken with tho news and it would have ranked in importance with the Neanderthal man and the Calaveras far exceeded them for nobody knows what further mysteries are hidden under that sandstone hill which wails the prison yard Had we with us one man of the Huxley or Tyndall type that hill would to Science long ago and every secret been wrested from Specialists from all quarters of the globe would have flocked to the exca vations and the geology Of the region which yet bubbles withhot springs and minefal veins in process of would have become as the B of But the hill1 yet the colossal footprints are beaten by wind and weather while pur scientists snooze at like cats over nothing in particular at the academy Mackay Fair Jones or some man who has millions from Nevada should bury that hill and hold it against the some man science whois not content to learn everything from what other men have amonff us Jolin Mnir touristsiiithe YosemiieV Discovered secret villain of andv mbu imi nts tcrsi wli tryiiigiitbK fi nd the anxious hardworking set of men these ministers Every Monday morning they get together to exchange ideas and seek that strength which union gives That is tne Presbyterian pastors moot in one place the Congregational pastors in an other the Baptists in another the Meth odists elsewhere and so From the manner in which these conferences are treated by the press the Godly men who compose them ought to get a hint of the reasons why the churches are empty No matter what the topic under discus sion may the preachers discuss everything from the doctrines of their several sects to subjects which in them selves are important to newspapers give but the scantiest and dullest of reports If the leading law yers of the city or the editors or the presidents of the trades unions were to meet for debate on the relations of wealth to labor for example or the moral state of the city or high license vs prohibi tion every newspaper in San Francisco would give unlimited space to reports of the proceedings The ministers handle all these themes with laudable frequency but nobody seems to care to hoar what they say The nonchurchgoing work man takes it for granted that the parson holds views that are agreeable to the feelings and interests of the pewholder who is seldom aworkingman The pew holder has not as a rule discovered in the pulpit utterances of his pastor a depth of knowledge or breadth of intel lect so much greater than his own that ho wishes to take instruction from him in secular matters The average world ling who is a skeptic is apt to agree with Sidney Smith that there are three sexes and re gards the church as a belated survival and in his pride thinks that the preachers have nothing to tell that he doesnt know already This is the atti tude of the local press which makes room grudgingly for religious and that only out of respect to the mem bers represented by the possible subscribers or advertisers whom it would not be politic to offend This general indifference to their out givings on secular affairs reacts upon the clergy who knowing that nobody beyond their own little circle will take the trouble to dispute their views fre quently things of such amazing foolishness that no man with a sense of responsibility or in fear of contradiction would dare to father them In kindness and prudence these newspapers often omit from their reports of the ministers meetings the most earnest remarks of zealous shepherds and are not thanked for doing so The sorest need of the San Francisco pulpit is brains It may be a duty but it is not a pleasure to sit for an hour listening to a gentleman in how ever earnesthe may be making a speech which in every paragraph shows him to be either ignorant or defiant of history and biblical criticism Many Beechers are not to be expected but one Boecher divided by five could fill five San Francisco churches and keep them filled Speaking of preachers I met not long ago one who breaks the bread of life to the sagebrush ers What is the spiritual condition of Nevada at I asked him re spectfully Oh come off Im down here on a pleasure was the smiling reply of his reverence who invited me to take a cigar ExState Senator Murphy who vainly bring Senator Stanford before a court commissioner to answer to votebuying on election day is not discouraged Mr Murphy who is a small man with a large head and a stubborn will takes the Senators escape Roodhumorodly but he is still onthe trail Money beat me in my he bound to find out whose money it was Stanford is a very big Im nobody in particular ofcourse but I wont let him forget to Washington to tell the Senate what he knows and it is also his intention to travel through the northwestern States and make to the Farmers Stanfords is our Great and Good Senator is with ilhe tn the region which Mr Murphy proposes to His bill to of money ori 1 a m or t c has mad hi i TbneU ejvsu re tSmpi sly b t n ered i b u i he m ean s 1 has nothing to learn about politics This craze for currency based on land has scared men in Congress of both parties who come from the agricultural States West and South Neither Democrats nor Republicans who want office dare to antagonize it frankly Stanford by introducing his bill in tho Senate has given a certain standing and respectability to the absurdity and in tho farmers eyes is tho greatest man in the country and their best friend even if he is enormously rich and a railroad There is no telling where tho thing is going to end I should not be surprised were lead to a new alignment of parties If tho Alliance should grow so formidable as to stand chance of capturing the men of sense would be apt to drop all other party differences and come to gether to proteot the country from an unlimited expansion and depreciation of the currency They would have to do it to save the industries and trades of Union a sandbagging that would paralyze them If every man who has a piece of land big or little the Government on it new issued especially to that piece of land how long would it be before such money was worth npthinK and who would give labor or property for it Thats the magnificent financial scheme that Stanford has fathered and if the Alliance holds together for two years and meets in National Convention ho will be the Presidential That being so there is one State In the Union on whose electoral vote tho Senator could count No matter what platform he might stand on California would give him a terrific majority Ho is her most popular citizen the sneers and charges of Huntingtou Murphy and others notwithstanding The bulk of the people of this State believe that ho is a man of profound intellect and phil anthropic purpose On a straight vote without the use of a dollar California which is an enlightened and discriminat ing commonwealth would elect him to any office that he might desire and which she has tbe power to give Thus is Virtue rewarded in the Far West AIITHUK McEwEX How Can Man Mr Webber the traveler states thait in Thibet he has lived for months to gether at a hfght of more ihan feet above sea level and that the result was as follows His pulse at the normal hights only 63 beats per minute seldom fell below 100 beats per minute during the whole time he resided at the His respirations were often twice as numerous in the minute as they were the ordinary levels A run of 100 yards would quicken both pulse and respi more than a run of 1000 yards at sealevel and he found that tho higher the level the greater the difficulty o running or walking fast He crossed the Gurla Mandhata mountain at a hight of feet and found that he had the utmost difficulty In getting his breath fast enough Webber also says that the native guides of the mountains suffered equally as much if not more than he r A Scarred Veteran Henry Gibbs of Jellico wtthiii the last two years has been shot seven times and cut with knife fifteen times and carries the scars to prove It now has four bullets and an unknown number of buckshot in his body He does no seem any the worse for wounds and talks in a joking manner about his many shooting and cutting frays While lying in an condition he says he was made to Teal ize the great difference between heaven and hell and that in the future be a good and live a Christian Von MtjjltkeB Habits Von at 90 rises at 9 makesh 5s own cup of coffee over a lamp and busies with gardenr and farm till 10 when he takes of soup or a biscurt a glass of wliw for his second breakfastafter which1 hj attends to his correspondenceiand pttier b iisi ness till lv Frosn 1 to 2 helieis down At 2 he diner whom1 he talks or walks r tea and atlOhei attri biiteshis clear Kead to his regular and i Wash iatoseof i1All iariceM John his seat r the a 8llpp ;