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PATRICK JOSEPH IN
SERIOUS TROUBLE HAD WEIGHTY MATTERS TO DIS CUSS WITH SOMEONE BUT FELL INTO WRONG OFFICE WANTED LICENSE TO WED INSTEAD OF A WARRANT Blushing Fearfully Callahan Confides His Pleasing Secret to Sympathetic As sistant County Attorney Yancey Who Removes the Pressure and Lifts the Veil for the Timid Bridegroom to Be. Patrick Joseph Callahan is a tall, lank, rawboned, loose-jointed hulking young man of 24 summers, whose disposition is of the retiring ani diffident kind. His bashfulness is so great it envelopes him like a robe, and,when it has full possession of hit~ he blushes like a rose of Sharon and fiddles with his feet and fingers as if he had St. Vitus' dance. Patrick Joseph Callahan may be full of Information on many subjects, but he was shy of knowledge as to where he could get a marriage license in the court house. For that reason he strayed into the county at torney's office this morning while in pur suit of the legal permission enabling him to take to himself a better half for the re maindcr of his days. Ils bashfulness took possession of hi:n as soon as he entered the office and he slipped into a chair and sat there for three qutarters of an houtr without uttering a word, while the office deputies attended to the wants of others. As he sat he wrig gled and blushed and tried to hide his large red hands. Just What Hurt Him. Finally one of the deputies, who won dered what he was waiting so long for, asked him what his trouble was. lie blushed and replied there was no trouble. Then the deputy shifted to the suppositio.1 that he had private business with Mr. Breen, and asked: "Do you want to see Mr. Breen? lie will be in after a while." Patrick Joseph fumbled his hat, red dened clear beyond his ears and choked, then he gulped three times and said he thought any of the office force might do. "What'll it be ?" Assistant County Attor ney Yanccy asked, coming forward to his aid. Patrick Joseph gulped and panted and blushed again and finally gasped that he wanted a marriage license. He had risen to his feet and was shifting around as if about to break into an Irish jig. Mr. Yancey is of a sympathetic turn of mind, and he perceived the terrible con fusion of Patrick Joseph and appreciated his agony. So, instead of brusquely direct ing him to the court clerk's office, lie gent ly asked him to have a chair while he wrote out an introductory letter for him to Court Clerk Roberts. The letter read: Nice, Kind Letter. "Dear Mr. Roberts: This introduces to your kind coosideration Patrick Joseph Calainhan. Ice desires to obtain a mar riage license. Hand him a nice one. D)o nrc be harsh with himn. For, while Ihe may err, he does not do it intentionally. Very sincerely yours, Daniel Yancey." Patrick Joseph tripped over his own feet and fell out of the county attorney's office and down the steps into the court clerk's place. Deputy Court Clerk P. J. (Gilligan read the letter while Patrick Joseph went through his blushing performance. lie grasped the situation at once, quickly is sued the license and. bowed the bashful young main out with a Chesterfieluian air that will no doubt remain ever in his grate ful memory. CARS CARRY TEN THOUSAND But One Trifling Accident Is Reported at the Columbia Gardens. Fully io,ooo people were carried to Co lumbia Gardens yesterday by the street car company, more than 3,000 of whom at tended the ball game. Fortunately, the rain held off during the parade and ball game, but after the game it came down in torrents. For a while the crowd at the car plat form in the gardens was so great that it was almost impossible for Manager \W1;ar ton and his numerous assistants to han dle it and to keep the people from crowd. lng in front of the cars, which were run as fast as the wet rails would permit. The manager personally superintended the loading of the thousands on the cars, but in spite of his effors one man was pushed between the car and the platform by the immense throng that fought for seats and received slight injuries. While much of the pleasure of the af ternoon was spoiled by the rain, the danc ers in the pavilion enjoyed themselves during the evening. INSANE MAN WHO SHOOTS George Francis Has Ishmaelitish Fancies That Are Dangerous. 'Undler Sheriff Iluston of Virginia City passed through Butte today with an in sane mnan for the state insane asylum. The mlan's name was George Francis, and he was locked up in the "boxcar" in the county jail till taken away this after noon. Francis has delusions, lie thinks every body is trying to kill him, and he took shots at two or three people. Then it was discovered he was insane and he was committed to the asylum. He was quiet while in the jail here. He muttered to himself and walked about the cell a good deal, hut had nothing to say to any one. HUNTER SHOOTS HIMSELF Edward Grimes Grows Careless in Hand ling His Loaded Shotgun. Edward Grimes, who lives at No. 14 O'Neill street, Walkerville, accidentally shot himself while returning from hunt ing. lie was swinging his gun around when, in some way, it was discharged and the shot entered the left foot, making a painful wound. Grimes will be confined to his room for several weeks. Best wood, $4,75 cord. City Wroodyard, 2z8 South Main. Telephone 184. " HABEAS COPUS FOR ALLEGED KIDNAPER FRIENDS OF CONSTANTtNO SAY HE DESERVES ýIBERTY AND MUST HAVE IT. SAY KELLER LIED A.ROUT HIM WITH WICKED INTENT Constantino Weeps in His Sell and Mourns Over His Hard Luck-Friends Will Land Keller in Jail if They Can County Attorney Took Holiday and Left Prisoner Lamenting. Samuel Constantino. who was bagged by City Detective Murphy and incarcerated in the county jail night before last utinder suspicion of being a desperate kidnaper in prospective, was still in jail today await ing to be dislosed of in accordance with law and the measure of his deserts. Up to date the evidence upon which lie is held in jail is composed of a statement of an Austrian named Keller, who tried but failed -to sell him a wagon, to the effect that he had said lie was going to kidnap somebody some time when the flowers bloomed againi, and the fact that lie was seent lurking in a Inighlorhood on the \West Side. It is said that the city detective hoped to arrest his confederates yesterday, bult had failed. No information was seculre, today concerning who his confederates are or what they have done or intend to do. Alleges Blackmail. It is not kniown that lihe has any con federate::. and he denies the story told about hint by Keller, and insists that Keller tried to blackmail hint out of $1t and force hinm to buy the latter's wagon for $.,o. Te still protests that he is innocent of the thought of kidnaping or conspiring to kidnap, and his friends are investigating the animus that :'romoted Keller to tell the city detective that lie is a kidnaper and said lie would kidnap somebody. They will try to land Keller in jail for his part in the arrest of Constantino if they can. G. I.. Bruno, the shoemaker who is a friend of Constantino, was up to the court house this afternoon to see the tcounty at torney concerning what charge Constantinto was held on. but he did not succeed iin seeing the oflicial. This was a quasi- holi. day and the county attorney's office was not in full blast. Bruno stated to an interviewer that he would engage a lawyer and have habeas corpus proceedings brought in behalf oi his friend, no charge having been placed against the latter so far as could be learned. The officials have been holding Bruno in jail-two nights and two days now-to let matters develop that would warrant a charge being placed against him. Nothing has developed yet. The Prisoner Weeps. Bruno and his friends are dissatisfied with the situation. They want action. They want Keller to come forward and prove Constantino is either by deed or at heart a kidnaper. Constantino is very unhappy in jail. lie said lie was cold and sick when seen this afternoon. He is cold all the tiimie, lie de clared, and imprisonment is breaking him down. lie wept as usual, and demanded that something be done. No steps toward his prosecution were taken in the county attorney's offlice today. and it could not be learned when they would he taken, if ever. \Vhen Constantino made his appeal to the interviewer today longer.he was told that lie would have to he sick and cold and stay in jail for a while longer, till his case was reached. Hie wept in his ready Italian style au:d the interviewer went away. POLICE ATHLETES PLAN FOR A BASEBALL TEAM Organize to Play Games With Police of Helena and Other Cities in the State. Several members of the police depart ment met this afternoon for tile purpose of discussing the advisability of organizing a baseball team among the memlcbers of the force. While the matter was discussed pro and con no definite steps were taken. but it is practically assured that Blutte will have a police baseball team. Among the more enthusiastic members of the force who are organizing the team are: J. C. Byrne. \V. (. Schmldt and (;eorke Young. All of these policemen were mlemlbers of the famous nine which, two years ago, played the bartenders' ag gregation and beat them by a score of 22 to t.l. "\We have enough good basealll players on the force to organize a good team," said Policeman Blyrne. "The idea is to get together and if Helena wants any of our gamle we can accommodate them. There is some talk also that the bartenders will have another team this year, and if they decide to put out a team, we will play them a match game." HORN IS IN NO DANGER FROM ALLEN'S BULLET Colored Victim of the Shooting in Harvey Holmes' Notorious Resort Suffers From Flesh Wound. Sam Horn, the colored man who was shot by Irvin Allen early yesterday morn ing at Harvey Holmes' notorious place in the Tenderloin, was reported as suffering little from his injury this morning. The wound is also said to be superficial and not likely to cause his death.. It was at first thought that Horn might die, as the ball struck him in the side. The bullet, it was reported this morning, made only a flesh wound. After the shooting Horn was attended in a room on Galena street, where he is at present. Allen is in the county jail, and the effect upon Horn of the wound will be awaited before a charge will be placed against him. Allen was wounded on the back of the head with a policeman's club when he was arrested, and the wound was treated by a physician yesterday. The county attorney will place a charge of assault against him if Horn recovers. . `-- More About The $7.50 Men's Suits Addition:t infornmation regarding the smaller sized garments that are Icinl: sld at le h thai half ptice. I.INI' IS STI'RONGEf R I'IIAN EVER. Siu s are mostly 33 to 37 breast Inasure, ibt a numiltr of largetr siIes have 'n ,Iutiexit ftr tlday's selling. VAL.UlS HANG 'G I ·i2lI $t:.5o to $8.So. IEnough cannot he said abnlt the w rth and .l.ga.a e o' these h uits. lhly'e rneally superh affairs in every pirtic:. lr. Mostly all clatssle of materint . t lst. inl their oni'tsttruction -worstteds. .'a.i.::tcre. chailit its., c'rash ian flannel. T'he pat terns are as pretty as possile, l it( ttailoring is 'uillply petrfect, thli lintitigs su finish a , the list obtintibl. itry Ilitttte man1 will do Well to look thrtough this great linc. It isn ti toten t11.t lilts t, tltl h t'tn $1 .'.y, ti ,t..,n ate olii re.I at $7 5i. Men's Suits $9.85 Men's S lts $14.85 Better clothes than ynti ,tt .norally see oilfredil at stiucht a price, ami tl y ti l i to you'ul, quickly admit ti, fact lthen tihe\ re sho.l yon, i h. al- h ' l n i tl y f.' i ul.ti , Il iry chvItls. t itIgh li tntIre, ways wanted, always ,iiratle facty chtviot suits at' espieally, tue ,Ic r, it tit u m il ' u tiat n l kshi ng i thl anlcy wprestedus ind repre good vaiics, while the y tutoi st't aofifirs, ari wr th t ht n-t i i1l. titt' . I'.at' rno Iati' tIt I 'i .itd pretty jlust alOtlglI doubl.e thir price. Th n ih tthre are ftncy witstilts ai i'.t cl,.iing l . t, giut lih sn.l Ii'r r clothing, this. it) every de worsteds anrid serg s. ti cmidai re, I tDas are ltt iii uIlth . . ik tail, Is m.le o t t1' hr i th i n htil y m , nlt) rn gllatiotln sacks. In1 and frock styles. Mbla th i all)- ml ',ll liltcan tlhe' sauit le he ire.s I hl l ie nd lt m i .11 vit all .it.. I ngs "me tailoring. oI f colrlse, this lot, an, insthma of taxing his litut ce. to the the li.t. :Malo it ti, ..tine <,sl , t line Il It k buck .tilts in clay extent of $ on he tiys hIs hitii itt $9. 85 '11i1iti 1 <1nii ., hoci ,t ''s ut i r edt ; Hextent if $ ...h, h Iiy. hik ,'hi, ,............a . t 1 1 . . .. . , , , ' . , I . $ 14.8 5 Knee Pant Sults,.the $1.59 to $2.25 Grades at 98c Knee Pant Suits·*$4 to $7.50 Grades Veatce and 4I1 breaisted stits vryr pivs of mtii l uit d int it at $2.95 S their c.n, ti.liuni h.ling , of l 'ld put.tlns \metrian ,wo h',ls and aens ,. i, as re tht fabrics, 'altt'rn, art' \tairio tI anl . hd irble,. I hb ic fl iet . . i t., . li, piecI' I d ,houble blt,.tll .,lliits, vit-h'e, ;uitii l and Tal'ilorin as god a: s Ipnssibh : hninG,. sllt . anI hllail)Ie; Kil . . ai , r bhh m,". . 1 h IltLhI , hs m.I.isanl ,.Ist alpparcil f eral it-tup all that cait e l u it ib trtil ; siles ; tIll i5 iers; sahits I, s ,i , t, .li, i 11ht 111 t i ni i ' i s. \it i Ili. , chi l vilts,; color up to $. ,l5g in ts Ion l .nd a nt i ; \.Jill s i, (n $; .. , ..to. . 98c l i h.tt iiiiii .its i '$5 $2.95 A t ....................................................9 8 c ; , .. ........ . . .. ... ...............$ 2 .9 5 Undermuslins MILLINER Y Children's Broad Brim c. These Dainty eorset eovers Sailors , ,39C 1lh plin Intl ,l.n.y ,ft ,.mr,. t.lt ,, D ecidedly tn i ;1 :lairs. Il ed, (tl om , .I i 'e .r,,, tit u hiit c,. h , at .. .. ............. . cat uric, thr frot comnpowrd of altternatine iship, of .1..t ll .i... ina t t r ,,,. all ,,, it ; I"t ... and iI IIhIl Selling Swagq er Semiil)ress also lace t rimamh'd ; reall]y t\trth 5, ti.• ................................... 9 Hats that are Worth Such Splendid Gowns for $2.00 at 95c 7 5hc i II ld tll , uI nl o .ha r. I, i n h ,I . h I ., TWO styles of i lh'll. h , aoth e l' frm io, , l ty limit (ool. loI l atou n.. F1I.'m , i t ,lu .une l.aon -, I t..h •, hil'. lilt. One II. hal yloke ofI hen.lilching and tc.i1, thlt ar' of ,ht' rou htaI l M all t , hat. O l;l ll.IIA 1111 n, otlher is tri nnnd m lost profuwly witlh Itar. s, in.cr lectivc.ely; 11 inig's Int , h ilnln, ,ullnll. , Ia . " .1 - tions aind ribbons; either style worlth lintis and IoIk . ' " * $iS.5. P i,., ........................ ... 75. salt , h to ... . . . .... . 9 5 c" "" Beautiful Umbrella Drawers 75c Ladies' Rough Wrald Sallorn nmerican tPattern Hatt "hese are all made from linest India li n -'and lawn. They are tiltl ' ,ut , ha t I ll ck ;adl in w.hih ; \ % iV h '1111w u l ;i [111.a hIlo. m l, I , wt n, 'W ",1 th; l.,, 1(i' l t i tI th , I,,':ilI $5.'"' Ia lilllnlued w id ee (lo l ell s l ir. n t hlllim l Ie o tto m a n d a rt trnl, lltle d w ith I. i l . i r i l i t s"s. m r id i a nl it ; reTo ila ir ;. ;, h t.,i ,,, humstitthe.d tucks; 'alue not less th It 1. .. . . . 75 c" .....i it . .33cI. .. $2.95 l'ric ............ . C Trimmed Panlaina. Magnificent White Skirts $2.00 A ,,,,, .,r . its ti..tin1 , , .... . ,t iti. . . .t. , r flt, it it \'ery liinest llngcloth skirts, with 15-inch embrolidery louncT , el st' witih hand- ero r,; h t I . I tot ar-,lt th 11, , I . ih h1 , ,,nI nili . t ,d ttilh f.ll ( y some inbroidery ruille; altogether a superb gar nt, tuills; a .o ii t i yway i , , u i t , nat , i·.. . . ... .. . s. . . ........ $ 2 .0 0 r. .................... . . $ 3 .5 0 Girl's Latest Style Summer Suits, Worth up to $3.00 at $1.95 (;alatea cloth piquei and dluck suits in polk.a 93i al faI y ht sigl il"s i.f . il il.. : i hlthe :i I In.l, ii bIIo, ,ll i,, ami !' trimimed with contrasting materials aid tllih fancll.y braidsil ; i,;I'ili lnt., ,il. p I l ii l a l l. l iI iity; sizes 6 to 14 yealrs; values upl to $,1 o it . . . . . . ............ ............... .. . .. .. " 9 5 MISSOURI MAN SAYS HE KNOWS ABOUT DEMPSEY Wants Sheriff Furey to Deposit Two Hundred Dollars as Reward for Wife Murderer. Sheriff Furey has received a letter from a nman in one of the inland counties of Missouri relating to Peter Demlpsey, the Butte wife murderer, who escaped fronm the county jail about a year ago and who had been dodging from one place to an other ever since he shook the dust of'the city front his feet. The writer of the oepistle says he has Dempsey spotted all right and wants the sheriff of Silver Bow county to deposit $20o in a bank subject to his order, when he trots Mr. DIemp sey into camp. The letter hears the marks of a Missouri sheriff, but Mr. Furey says he has learned that the writer is not an officer. Sheriff Furey is certain llempsey is not in Mis souri and before placing the $oio on de posit for the Missouri gentleman he will have to he shown that Peter is there. Dempsey is a sailor and when he left Butte lie took a straight course for a northern water front and shipped to the other side of the world. Had there Ibeen any first-class ships in Missouri Ile might have gone there, but only prairie schoon ers. timud-scows, ordilnary steahliats and schooners of beer can be found iln that state. BLIND DRUNKARD FIGHTS THOSE WHO, ARREST HIM Andrew Corcoran, Though Sightless, Has Unenviable Reputation as a Bad Man in Police Circles. Police officials are at a lohss what to do wit Andrew ('ircoran, a blind inti who has been jailed so often for drunkenness that placing him under arrest has grown to beC mionotonllius. Corcoran takes advantage of his in firtmity to get drunk on all occasitons and he never fails to tight viciously when ar rested. Last night he was found on East Galena street making night hideous. Policemetn IBarshaw and Yutz attempted to arrest him, hut Corcoran fought so hard that it required the assistance of three other menti to overpower him. lie was placed in the detention ward by the night jailer. D)uring the time he was locked in the ward, Corcoran succeeded in demolishing all the furniture, smashing the window panes and breaking the incan descent light globes, Later he was taken from the detention ward and locked in the city jail dungeon where he shakes the iron door and shrieks like a madman. The man is so violent Jailer Levy fears he will do himself personal injury. "$15-Salt Lake-$15. The Oregon Short Line railway .will op. erate the first popular excursion of the sea son to Salt Lake, Saturday, June at. Trains leave at a:os a. tm, and 4:30 p, m. Reserve your berths now at ro5 North Main street. H. O. Wilson, general agent. A. O. H. picnic at Mountain View park, Anaconda, Sunday, June 15t-.. so cents round trip from duttr DO0ESN'T LIKE GEORGE WHO WANTS A DIVORCE Lizzie Smith Tells Hor Hllshand She Wished to Marry Another F cllow Named Brown. I.izzie told (;corg i .hls e dit d .o t l Inv hiv and George is now suing iher it the ,listr :t court tir a divorce. Iizzic a;.b. tol ciirge she nt Illl h rilretteld l iot a I;lil)ll g a Ial nlelllldl IIlrown, srd that witllh oh11.r Itliln s Iad lifel sad ;and htllttr for Il,tuge. The ditorce suit is list I tuiler tilt titlc of "irerge F. Smith agail.st I. zi/ . A. S.mith," anl the coomplaiti was filred tdlay. Smtitlh alleges that lhe arid his wife were married in Jasksontiown, New hlrinswii k. in the countiy of (';rlton,, ItDecee r ii , i aind. atd that he has hetl a .esidet ,of MIllllltanll for 40 montuths. ' thel he relates that sit the ii si ill ai e liit detfetldatt hits treat-dl him in a . ie, alhi inhiunllIanie Inntll r. II( s it "lefendant repeatedly told lhi' pli;ttill thai she did not love hliint :iJill that shlir .;as sorry she ever marrie.t hint and that she wished she had marriid a man of thei namei of A. Itrown, thus caulsihig ithe phlaitill rci at Ieintal sulteritig :tlnd ui lla g ish."' That was not tall. (eiorge ta-is the fil lowing about t.izzie's collllt: "Furtheir, defeli nllt lt continually scoildd the plailtilf whlenever hie was in the deflendant's pres rine, andl at night, thus greaitly dislturlitig his sleep, alti made his life so uiiisirabile iild tiie for'tail that the plaintiff was loirnd to leave his hoie il lthe year of So.,, andt has noit ren able to returnt sinc, i. i .aue of the idefendianiit's cruetl dispo sllion." lic'ti nse of these uiihale sait thinigs and ;lh.lgdl cruelties u ithl watlts i a dlis luitiuoi of the tiHarriag ' tie. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is herely given that the partner ship in the teantin g business her'etofore exislilng between the ttulersigned, inder the hirim natne of Ilcnnessey tiros., is this day dissolved by mutuaitl conitisnttli, W. E. Itltnnt.essey retiring, and T'heo. lletitessey c:o tiltnuingi the business, collhcthin all de nln;ids and p]aying all bills. Sigted Junetit 3. T'IEO(). l F.' ENN SSIY, W. E. IH.NNElSSEY. Souvenlrs with eacti dollar and over spent. Mayer, 65 West Park. o 1:IRST MEET ING OF ( 'tREDITORS. In the matter of Patrick 1). Lyntch, bank rupt : Notice is hereby given that on the toth day of June, A. )D. 1902, the said Patrick 1), L.ynch was duly adjuldlged bankrupt and that the first mieeting of creditors will be held at the court of bankruptcy, No. 40 West Park street, Butte, Mon tat..., on the zoth day of June, A. D. 19o2, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which time the cred itors may appear, prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and 'tran sact such other business as may properly coime before the meeting. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, Referee on Bankruptcy. Dated JTune 12th, 19o02. FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS. In the Matter of Frank uf. Murphy, bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of June, A. D). igoa, ithe said Frank M. ...CITY WATER... Pipes Are Now Laid Over the Entire McQUEEN ADDITION Lois aI c still selling at the saiiiie price, $175. New Terms $25 cash, balahtc( $10 month. Best op. port unity to make money in liute. These lots will surely raisc when Felrrall Coplper Co. start producing. THE THOMPSON eO. Fire Insurance, 15 W. BIroatldwa'y. Loans, Rentals The Most Complete Dental Laboratory In the West, is at your service when yo t trust your Dental work to me. No one can surpass my imitation of the natural teeth in peculiarities of shape and color; and very few can equal it. DR. E. E. GERMAN oPhonPtte, o709B IIW2% North Main Street. Murphy was duly adjudgted hanikrut aml that the first meeting of creditors will he hld at the court of banlkruptcy, No. 49 West Park street, Butte, Montana, on the 24th day of June, A. I). ()o2, at e o'clock p. tm., at which time the creditors may ap pear, prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact sitlc h other business as may properly come befou e the meeting. THIIOMP'SON CAMPIIELLr., RIeferee on Bankruptcy. Dated Jnte 1ath., 1902. NO. 68t-NOT'ICl OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. In the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of an order of sale, made and entered by the ebove-entitled district court, on the 31st day of March A. D. 9oo2, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the under. signed, administ'atrlx of said estate, will sell at nublic auction, subject to consnrmation by said court, the following described real prop. arty, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth Interest In and to the Nora Lode claim, .ituated in Silves Bow Sounty, Montana, ando which is desarnat.:d In the United Statcs L.0nd lffice at Tllena Montana, as Lot Number two hundred and eighil.cu (,j'4), Township thIree (3) north, Itane (;s.venl (7) MCet, Said sale will be mnade on aatrurday, the 3rd day of May, Ig.u, at a o'chlLk *. tn. of said day, at thie door of the court louse of the above entitled coiurt on West (;ranite street, ill said county of Silver Itow, Montane.. Terms of said bale are for cash, to per cent of the bid payable at the tinme of sale and valance upon contirnatitn of said sale by the court. ALICE RItACIf Admrinistratrix of Estatu of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. Dated April a, rgoa. Admin..tratrix of estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. The foregoing sale is further postponed until Saturday, June 14, g9oz, at a o'clock p. mn., at the time and place specified in the above notice. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of the Estate of Jeremniah Roach, deceased. The foregoing sale is postponed until Saturday, June 21, at 2 o'clock p. mi., at the time and place specified in the above notice. ALICE ROACH, Admlinistratrix of the Estate of Jeremiah Rloach, deceased.