Lebanon Express. CITY OFFICIAL?, WaV)i1;..... !T....m,A; mim RKCORI1EU .', Mi Mll.r.KR. TREASURER ,,J. A. ROHRRTS. MARSHAL.... P. W. MORGAN. COUNWLMEN f J. 0. BILYED, 1 J. G. BOLES, 1 0. W. 0RU80N, .f-G.U. WE8TFALL. Olty Council meets on the lint nd third ffcesday evenings of jach month. PrlMVill K.ws. Itom Ochoco Ratisff. The meadows on Ochoco will yield a large tmonnt of hay this year. The cattle men expect to begin gathering eef about the 26th of August. Mr. andJMre. B. R. 8Iayton, Mr. and Mrs. t. A. Uren, Miss Jessie Welch and Miss Mabel Blayton left yesterday for the soda pringson Bantiara. A. Hackleman has arrived on this side of the mountains with a large band of young Cattle. He took tbem to his ranch in the southern part of tire comity. M. A. Moore will assarne the duties of 'postmaster on Aug. 1st, his commission 'having been received, H Is re-fitting bis addlery shop, and will put the office in the cront part. Prof, and Mrs. A. I. Garland started Wednesday for their new tleldiof labor, Oakland, Douglas county, where they will iake charge of the public school. Their nu merous friends here wish them a pleasant sojourn in their new home. All the teacbersifor the ensuing year have heen elected by the school board of this district. L. N.Liggett will have charge of the school as principal, Miss Maggie New man will teach the intermediate grade and Miss Effa Crooks the primary grade. Recently a bed of gold was discovered at the bottom of a 360 foot shaft in the Virtue mine near Baker city. After removing the water a solid streak of gold eight inches wide was revealed. Two miners took out two sacks of ore worth 110,000, one speci men weighirtg'WUO. The rawhide with which Miss Aqua did such good service on the person of 0. D. Taylor in the Dalles recently, has keen put tip at raffle, and nearly all the chances 50 in number have been taken. The financial statement of the First Na tional Bank of Prineville at the close of business on July 12. published in another column, shows Frineville's bank to be in a condition wnicn many larger concerns might envy. The cash on hand at that date was more than 76 per cent of the a mount of deposits. This condition causes all to have implicit confidence in the sta bility of the bank, and to have no fear of its going under even if all other banks in the state should fall. Shortly before 1 o'clock, Friday, July 28, Mrs. Dona Cyrus, wife of W.H. Cyrus, died at her home at Haystack, after an illness of tour weeks, aged 20 years. 6 months and 6 days. Mrs. Cyrus was a daughter of -Bphrian Stringer, of Linn countv, and was married to W. H. Cyrus on Oct. 31, 1882. Bhc leaves an infant daughter aged tour weeks, and an affectionate husband to iourn her loss. The remains will he taken -to Linn county and placed to rest in Dodge cemetery near Lebanon. 8hrifrSW. In the Circuit Court of the State Of Oregon, for Linn County, F.8. Busktrk. plaintiff, vs. Isabella Oakley, ) Jamea H. Bailey. V defendants. Eira Orcutt, I Vnw V, Brown, Notice la hertby given that by TlrtUW of so Execution and order of nle duly Issued Out of the above named Court in the above entitled suit to me directed anil delivered-, I will on Saturday the 2nd day of September 1BJ3, at the frontdoor of the Court House in the City of Albany, Linn County, Oregon, at the hour of one o'clock P. H. of said day sell at public auction for cash In baud to the highest bidder, all tho right, title and Interest of the defendant Isabella Oakley, In and to the property described In said Execution, and order of sale as follows town: Loss (our (4) five (ft) and six (S) of Block forty oae (41) in the original Town or Waterloo, In UnnCoanty, Oregon. And 1 will on Friday the 18th day of August 1893, on tho premises above described, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day sell In the manner and according to tbe terms above expressed, the story and one-hair dwelling house located and being upon) the prem- Isesabove described. The proceeds arising from said sales is to be spplied, Srst to the payment or theaceruiDg costs of and npou said Executions, and the costs of the pssmtllTs suit taxed at 118.80 id the costs of the suits of said defendants. James H. Bailey, Esra Orcutt, and James W, Brown against said defendant Isabella Oakley et al, amounting to the sum of SM.90. Second, to the payment of plaintiff's claim amounting to the sum of 121 .as and seeming interest thereon at tbe rat of 8 percent, per annum from the 27th day of June 18SS, and the further sum of 130.00 attorneys fee and accruing interest thereon at the rateorspereent.perannum fromthe27th day of June 1893. and the further sum of 91.26, his expenses in recording the notice of lien and to the payment or the respective etafms of said de fendants, James H. Bailey, Ezra Orcutt and James W. Brown ss ascertained bv the decree of tbe above named Court rendered upon tbe 27th day or June 1893. in the respective mils or said defandsats, James H. Bailey, Ezra Orcutt and James W. Brown, against Isabella Oakley et al laid claims amounting tn all to the sum ort!05.&8 with interest thereon at the rate or8 per cent, per annum Item the 27th day or June 1893, and the further sum of 88.75 for expenses or recording or tbe notices or Hens, pro rata if not sufficient to pay said claims in lull and theioverpluss if any, to be paid over to said defendant, lasabeua Oakley. Dated this (1st dsy of July 18(3. C. C. JACKSON, Sheriff ot Una County, Oregon, fiHICACO AND THE V WORLDS FAIR. Bend ten cents (silver) or twelve cento in stamps for a Handy Pocket Guld to the great exposition; gives In formation of value to every visitor. Street Guide, Hotel Prices, Cab Fares, Restaurant Bates, etc. Describes the bidden pitfalls for tbe unwary, and bints how to keep out of them. This indiapensible companion to every visitor to the windy city be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of ten cents silver, or twelve cents in stamps. Address H. STAFFORD, Publisher, P.O. Box 2284, New York N. Y. Please rrentiou this paper. How is This? Something unique even In these days of mammoth premium offers. It is tbe latest effort of Stafford's Maga zine, a JNew York monthly of home and general reading. The proposition is to send the Maga eine one year for one dollar the regular subscription price; and in addition to send each subscriber fifty-two com- jtlete novels during She twelve months one each week. Think of it. Yon receive a new and complete novel by mail, post paid, every week for fifty-two weeks, and in addition you get tbe magazine onoe a mouth, for twelve months, all for one dollar. It is an offer which tbe pub tislierean only afford to make in tbe -confident expectation of getting a tuwdred thousand new subscribers- Among the authors of tbe coming aeries are, Wilkie Colling, Walter Bes aat, Mm. Olipbanl, Mary Cecil Hay, Florence Marryat, Antbouey Trollope, A. Conan Doyle, ilss Braddon, Cap tain Marryat, Hiss Thackerv and lute Verne. If you wish to take ad vantage of this unusual opportunity, end one dollar for Stafford's Maga rjne one year. Your Bret copy of the . oagaxlne and your first number of the flfty-two novels (one each week) which fou are to receive during the year will ttvtwnt you by return mail. Remit by P.O. order, registered letter or ex frees) . Address H. STAFFORD, Publishbb, Stafford's Magazine, P.O. Box 2204, New York, N. Y. f lease mention this paper. F. M. JHD3), Special Manager for G. E. EAKDY, Lebanon, Oregon. Watchm aker AND Hlg. Jeweler. Dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. F ine Watch Repairing a Specialty All Work Fully Warranted. LEBANON Meat Market I EISHER &BDHL, Proprs. Fresh & Salted Beef Pork, Mutton, SausageBo. logna, and Ham, lacon and Lard Always on Hand, Main Srreet, Lebanon, Or. LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET. Changed Every Week. Wheat-Mo. Oats m. Hay-$6 per ton. Flour $1 00 per sack. Chop fl 25 per owt. WraP. 80o per owt. Middlings $1 00 per owt. Potatoes 60c. Apples Dried, 8c per lb. Plums Dried, 7o. Onions 2u. Beef Dressed, 4o, Veal-46c, Pork Dressed, 6. Lard-17J. Hams 1617 per lb. Shoulders 12c. Bides 16o per lb. Geese $8 per das. ducks H m per am. Chickens $3 004 00. Turkeys luo per lb. Eggs 20c let do . Butter 16c p-r lb. Hides Green, 2(53c; dry, 6c. "My little boy was very bad off for wo months with diarrhoea. We used various medicines, also called In two doctors, but nothing done him any good until we used Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gnve im mediate relief and soon cured him. I consider it the best niedlolno made and can cotiHcientloiisly recommend it to all who need a diarrhoea or colic medicit.e. J. E. Hare, Trenton, Tex. 26 and 30 cent bottles for sule by M. A Miller, druggist. AT cos n Albany Steam Laundry RICHARDS & PHILLIPS, Propre, -A-lbaiiy, Oregon All Orders Receive Promt . Attention. Special Rates for Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. R. 8. ROBERTS, Agent, Lobanoa, Oregon. Poultry, Hides and hurs. Highest cash price paid for turkeys geese, ducks and chickens atoflice of L.Jacnbs, ntraney and Mnore'c old stable, 4th street, Alliuny. Also hides and furs of all kinds bought for cash. T SeiMtiflo Amrieti TRADE MARKI. DlaiON PATIMTS. COPYRIGHT. sMoJ pot mrominoo via ttm tf MMtwok writ tfl It LINN CO. Ml BROIDWAT, NEW YORK. Olden (rerun (or Mooring pttenlt in Ameiioc Brcrr patent taken out by at it brought bofort Um ptittio t j a doun ftvaa f tm ot tfurg to u Scientific gmmcsu UrfssteMslstioB of snr scMaUtstapsf tbe world. Splsodldlr lllostrslwl. No tntslUisu soaa should bs wlthoal It. Wssklv, S3.0U a ytur: tLoostl Eoootbs. Addrsss UUMN a GO frjiuuuuu, 3tu Drosawair, Ha Vara CUj. ED. C. PHELPS, N otary Public, Waterloo, Oregon. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Business with the Land Office, Post-office, or Pension Bureau will receive special at tention. DALGLEISH & EVERETT, PKALKHS IN- Furniture & Hardware Carpets, Wall Paper, Ilnioi Shades, Floor Mattings, 4c. -ALSO-- "Windovrsi, Doors, Builders' Hardware, ko, ao. LEBANON, OREGON. For the next thirty days we will sell our entire STOCK of Spring and Summer Goods, including: dress goods, clothing etc. at less than they Cost in the east. We do this to make room for our large Fall Stock. ' We are now offering baragins such as never heard of before. The Prices Are So Low That they will astoniflh you. Be Sure and Call and See Them Before Buying Elsewhere. BENJAMIN BROS. Remember the place-In the Odd Fellows' Buildina. NEXT TO THE POST.OJTiriCIw LEBANON, - - - - - OREGON. Don't Fool With Fakes! If yourself or friends wish to be cured of Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine or Tobacco habits, seek only the Genuine Keeley Treatment, which is the only oafe, reliable and permanent cure in existance. Gonuine Keeley In-. titutes, with most favorable Kiirround ingB, at Forest Grove and Roseburg. IQ. Write for Particulars. Correspondence Confidential. Go and see the Assortment -AT- Read Peacock Mo ew Store They will treat you right. LebanOn and Llbany, Oregon.