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ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 25. 1903.
A Brutal Crime Avenged in
a Brutal Manner.
The Law's Delay Is Clearly Responsi
ble for (he Enforcement of Mob
Law in Delaware.
At "Wilmington, Delaware, on Mon
day night, because he ravished and
murdered a 17-year old school girl,
named Miss Helen Bishop, on the
Wednesday previous, a big, black
brutal negro, named George P. White,
was burned at the stake, in the pres
ence of 4000 people.
The negro had been arrested and
an effort made to have a speedy trial
of the case. It seems that the judge
was a man of politics, and politics
controlled his action and he put off
the trial of the case to next Septem
ber, after the negro had made the
I was sent by Mr. Woodward to the
cornfield to try some corn. I saw Mr.
Woodward's daughter, and intended to
assault her, but a couple of men came
along and I did not disturb her. Tuen 1
saw the Bishop girl and I followed her
I seized Jier and asked her if she had
any money she would give me to let her
go. She gave nie 05 cents. Then I
again seized her, and she cried, ""Please I
don't hurt me." I choked her and ac
complish 1 my purpose. Then I asked
her if she was going to tell on me She
said she was. I gave her a hack in the
throat with my knife and asked again if
she was going to inform on me. She
said she was, and then I cut her throat
twice again and left her. After that 1
went back to Mr. Woodward and told
bim there was no good corn down
there, and he sent me somewhere else.
I went back at once, but soon left. Then
I went "back to the house and put on a
white hat instead of the cap I had worn.
After the Judge refused to grant
a speedy trial there was discontent,
and the people talked of the hollow
mockery of law; and that when the
laws ceased to be enforced, "the peo
ple not having the law" enforced "are
a law unto themselves." This was
the position taken by a minister, who,
while he advocated law, yet so
wrought up his congregation that
they took part in the h-nching. The
brother ought to have been just a
little more heroic and openly advo
cated, if he so honestly believed,
whatever he hinted at.
The Presbyterian church of Wil
mington of which the Rev. Rdbert
A. Elwood was pastor, was crowded to
its utmost capacity, and Sunday night
the reverend gentleman took his text
from Corinthians v:13: "Therefore,
put away from among ourselves that
wicked person." In referring to a
speedy trial for the negro, Rev. Mr.
"I call your spicial attention to that
part of the text found in the constitu
tion in which it says: "In all criminal
prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the
right to a seedy and public trial."
"On the day of this terrible1 crime the
officers arrested a 'man supposed to
guilty. He was taken before a magis
trate and held without hail. Tonight he
is in jail, with armed guards parading
about fur his protection, wahing for the
middle of September. Is that Seedy?
Is it even constitutional?
"Oh honorable Judges, call., the court,
establish a precedent, and the girls of
this state, the wives of the homes and
the mothers of "tout fireside and our be
loved asters, will not. be '"sorry,, and
neither will you.
"And, honorable Judges, ifyou do not
hear and heed these appeals, if that
prisoner should lie t.iken out and lynch
ed, then let mc say to you with a full
realization of the responsibility of my
words, ewn as Nathan said to King
David of old, after liissoldiers had killed
Uriah: "Thou art the man." There
sponsibility for lj-nching would be yours
for delaying the execution of the law.
"Should the murderer of Miss Bishop
be lynched? Yes, but only under one
condition, and that is this: If his trial
shall be delayed until Septeinlier, and
then, though he be proved guilty,
through some technicality of the law or
any undue influence upon either Judge
or Jury, he be not given capital punish
ment, then the citizens of the state
should arise in their might and execute
the criminal and thus uphold the
majesty of the law."
On llonday night a mob of 500
persons attacked' the workhouse
where White was imprisoned. The
guards fired on the lynchers and one
young man was killed, but the mob
went on with the work in hand. One
man shot out all the lights and then
heavy sledge hammers were brought
into play and doors were smashed
and the negro taken to the place of
execution and cremation. The negro
was .taken to the spot where he com
mitted the fiendish crine and the de
tails as;told by the Associated Press
are as follows:
"When White found that his case was
lopcle h b '. confessed to having commit
' ed the deed and grayed fervently to God
to forgive his sins. i
While White was praying and con- j
fessing the crowd was struggling to form
a circle, and some men began splitting I
rails with which to burn the wretch.
From 5000 to G0O0 ersons surged back
and forth, crowding and pushing to gain
good positions from which to see the
When everything- seemed about ready
a man on horseback, who said his homo
was in Kentucky, rode to a near-by farm
house for more straw. The straw was
pulhd around the stake and White was
brought into the circle. His nerve
seemed good and he held his head up
while he addressed the crowd. He,
made another confession, and appealed '
to God for mercy. Ho was then!
fastened to the the stake and the torch '
wa applied to the straw. !
The tlames lenped up and licked the
man's hare hands. He was held erect
by one of the lynchers until his clothing .
was burning fairly, when he wsu pushed
into the bed of tire. He rolled about
and his contortions were terrible, but he j
made no sound. Suddenly the roes on !
his legs parted and he sprang from the i
tire and started to run. A man struck ,
him in the he id with a piece of feme
rail and knocked him down. Willing (
hands threw him again into the flames. '
lie rolled out several times, but was j
promptly returned. While this was go
ing on, shouts, cheers and gibs went up j
from the crowd. j
When the i egro had ceased to show J
signs of life, the body was placed on its
back and fuel was piled upon it and a
roaring fira was soon consuming it. It
was about 2 o'clock when the crowd be
gan to disperse.
At noon today Deputy Coroner Kil
more went to the scene of the lynching
for the purpoj-e of securing the remains
of the negro in order to go through the
legal form of holding an inquest, hut, af
fording to the story of those who left the
place in hour previous, there was little
possibility of his finding anything sub
stantial, as the relic-hnntera had made
off with the pieces of bones that were
left, and the Coroner had nothing to
hold an inquest on."
The horrible details are sickening,
and while the death of the negro was
merited, yet the scene and effect up
on the mob was most deplorable.
It will be seen from a perusal of
the above that the white race is the
same all over the United JStates; and
that notice is everywhere being served
on negro rapists that their crime will
be avenged at the stake. The Judge
of that county was directly responsi
ble for the execution of the negro,
because notice had been duly served
on him, by the people, that a speedy
trial was demanded.
Chamberlain on Oregon.
In response to a communication from
the Ohio Valley Manufacturer asking
Governor Chamberlain's views uon the
business situation and outlook in this
state, the Governor yesterday answered
the questions in the order of their ask
ing as follows:
"Oregon is prosperous and prospering.
Her crops of all kinds h.ive been abun
dant during the past two years. Her
mining interests are rapidly developing.
Manufacturing enterprises are springing
up in our midst, and there is a steady
Influx of immigration which protnies
well for the tuture.
"I have every reason to believe that
our state will be benefited by the devel
opments of the coming year. Pros
jiects at present are most flattering in
every field of industry, and I can Eee
nothing now that will tend to retard
the growth of our state and the prosper
ity of our jHtople.
'The coming presidential campaign,
'tro matter what its result may be, will
not have any appreciable effect iion
the business conditions of this state. I
am of the number of those who believe
the inevitable laws of pupply and de
mand regulate the growth ami develop
ment of a state or country rather than
the personality of the individual who
happens to be a candidate for president
orlhe qifeMibnsjhat enter into the campaign.'-'
A New Air Ship.
M. Saiitos-Diimout made his first ap
pearance Tu. sl.iy i i airship No. 9 over
the center of Paris. He started from
Long Champs', goiiT- in the direction of
the Place ile I'Ktoilt. He executed a
number of skillful maneuvers over the
Place de l'Ktoile, made a lour of the
Arc de Trfomphe and , turning down the
Champs Klysse, biought his airship
down at the door of his house. Later he
returned to long Champs. There was
little wind. The ship maintained an
altitude of about 100 feet, and answered
her helm perfectly. "No. "J" is the
smallest airship Santos Dumont has yet
constructed. She measures about &500
cubic feet, has a three-horsepower en
Hine and resembles an elongated egg.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
themucous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you
can posBiblv derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J
Chancy & Co., Toledo, O. contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying IhiW.i
Catarrh Cure he sure you get the genuine
It is taken internally and made in Toledo'
Ohio, by P. J. Chaney & Co. Testimo
Sold by Druggists, Price 75c per botfle
Hall's family Pills arc the beat.
PETER L Of SERVIA
He Arrived in Belgrade
Yesterday in State.
Only the Assassin Government
and Russia Made a Grand
King Peter I of Servia, yesterday
entered Belgrade, the capital, and
was duly acknowledged to be the new
king, in the cathedral, by the Metro
politan, or Archbishop, of the Greek
church, which is the State religion of
Ile was met at the depot, previ
ously, by the cold-blooded murderers
of King Alexander and Queen Draga,
and the only nation represented at
the religious ceremony at the cathe
dral or afterwards, at the palace, was
Russia, whose Ambassador gave his
roval nibs the clad hand. The sol
diers and populace had been thorough
ly schooled to shout "God save the
kingf "Long live the kingF' and
other clap-trap exclamations, and the
little function was over and the king
who plotted for the throne, and the
assassins entered into a conference of
The United States. England. Ger
many, France. Italy, Austria and all
other governments had sent sjiecial
instructions to their Ambassadors to
either leave the country or the capi
tal previous to the king's arrival in
Belgrade, The reason for this is to
give the new king a chance to deter
mine what he will do to the murder
ers and to absolve himself from the
crime, and to see if the new king is
to be the tool of Russia. Of course
that is how the affair stands in diplo
matic status; but the real meaning of
the absence of the foreign represent
atives, placed in cold words of the
English language, indicates that the
various governments stand appalled
at the crime, and uplift their hands
against the governments of Servia
and Russia and their rulers, and de
nounce them as black-hearted, cold
blooded murderers. Many of the read
ers of the Plai.ndealek know but
little about the true nature of the
civilization of the central portion of
Southern Europe, where a score of
governments exist and languages are
spoken in a section of country about
the size of Oregon, and like Oregon
in climate, scenery and topography.
In religious persuasion the various
peoples are Mohammedan, Armenian
and Roman Catholic, but they are re
ligious in name only and are actually
well, the civilization and religion
of the tenderloin district of Seattle
is to be commended in comparison- -and
for rulers the head gamblers and
bums of Seattle are gentlemen com
pared to such rulers of such two-bit
governments, as the records of massa
cres of Christians, Jews and Moham
medans will testify. The country is
indeed beautiful; in fact, it is the
beauty spot of Europe, but ever since
the power of the Greek nation was
broken by Rome, and Rome, by the
advancing hordes of the Turks and
their allied forces, it has been a fes
tering sore and a cess-pool of cor
ruption, so far as civilization and
good government is concerned, and
banditti, kings and people have come
and gone in rapid succession for the
past thousand years. The next twen
ty-five years, however, will witness a
remarkable change in government,
for Russia will undoubtedly force her
government from the North over the
entire peninsula bounded by the Adri
atic, Mediterranean and iEgean seas,
and the murder of the late Servian
king and queen and the putting of
Peter on the throne is only a part of
the Russian plan.
Free Seed in Kansas.
Governor Bailey of Kansas will call a
sjiecial session of the Legislature and
Senator F. l. Smith will introduce a
Hood- relief measure in the Senate, fol
lowing the lines of the precedent estab
lished in 1801, when an appropriation
was made to furnish seed for the settlers
in Northwest Kansas who has lost their
all by drouth. Ho would require those
to whom money is supplied to give a
note therefor, without interest, duo on
October 1, 11RH, and when it is collected
the money Hhall Ikj returned to the
State Treasury. This plan will require
a half-mill levy to meet the appropria
lion, ii woum mean lo tlie average
taxpayers over the state a tax of -10 or
An Aden dispatch to tho Daily Dis
patch says it is reported there that Gen
eral Manning, commanding tho Somali
laud expedition ngainst the Mad Mullal
and Colonel Cobbe, who it was fearet
11 1 "V
nau oecn cm on near Lamot, nave sue
cecded in joining their forcc9 nnd have
reached Bohotle in safety.
On Monday, the Pope of Koine made
seven now cardinals. They will receive
their red hats totVpy, Thursday.
On Sunday, at Seattle, a man shot
and killed his wife. Shu had applied
for a divorce and that was the cause of
The charge that army ollicers looted
buildings in Manilla at the time of its
surrender has lioen received and investi
A half-cocked detective dropped his
revolver and it went off and this gave
rise to the rt-iMirt that a crank had at
tempted to murder the Czar of Russia.
A councilman of the city of Scrantou,
Pa., is under arrest for soliciting a
bribe to pass a bill. The strange part :
about tlie business is Unit tlie bribe was
I'y rending account of the Yakima
Valley prosperity we are led to believe
that the farmers there are hi dog gnu
lazy that they allow the vine to e.ir
themselves out dragging the pumpkins
over the ground to pulverize the soil.
Forty-two candidates pas.-ol the men-'
tal examination at Annajioli, Monday, I
fur admission to the Naval Academy. !
Among them was William K. Pore, of
The shipping tratlic at Cienfuegi" is
tied up by a strike of lighterman for
higher wages. Heavy rains have over
come some sections of the country. The
cessation of cane grinding is everywhere
It seems that the various companies
building war sliiiis, for the government
,re in a combine and that thev are try-
ig to beat, not only tbe persons and
tirms fun isliiug part of the material.
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List Sunday at Oakland, Calif., a
self confessed niurderei was feared in
n his cell by a negro holiness woman
of the Salvation armv until be went in
to spasms. She held up fire and brim-
tone to such an extent that the mur
derer fairly sizzled in it.
Reports from the West of Ireland,
Lancashire and other points, state that
thousands of acres of ttotatoes have
been ruined by the the present froj-t
and rain. It is feared that the failure
of the Irish potato crop will entail much
hardship on the peasants.
When the House of Commons went
nto committee Monday on the budget
bill, Henry Chaplin, Conservative,
lormer president of the Board of Agri
culture, moved tbe rejection of the
clause providing for the rejteal of the
grain tas. After a protracted discuss
ion tbe motion was defeated, -41(1 to 32.
Frank V. Hymen, former deputy state
grain insH'ctor, was in Seattle, Tues-day,
and stated that the wheat crop in Hast
en! Washington this year will lie away
below the average. The trouble is the
lroutli, and in some sections Mr. Hy
men says the crops will tie an almost
total failuru. The acreage this year is
heavier than ever lieforu but the yield
will not nearly be so larce as last.
The Ziegler Polar expedition sailed
Tuesday fron Trondhjem, Norway, on
the steamer whaler America for Franz
Joseflund, where the American will pass
tbe Winter and whence tho oxixilitious
will lie sent out with dog sledges. Ma
terial for the construction of Winter
quarters was taken on hoard the steam
er. All the members of the expedition
were in good health and spirits.
The first commitment to the Insane
Asylum under tho new law, requiring
the husband, parents or guardians to
contribute $10 per mouth toward the
maintenance of the patient, was entered
on record yesteruav, .Mrs. uraco h.
Withrow, the wife of P. L. Withrow,
was adjudged insane and ordered com
initted to the asylum. Mrs. Withrow is
a resident of Corvallis, but has for some
time been receiving treatment at tho
Florence Sanitorium in Salem. She ia
20 years of age and this is her first com
U. C. bhultz, tho traveling immigra
tion agent of the S. P. Company, wra
passanger on Wednesday morning's
local for northern mints. Mr. Shultz
is considered one of tho licst men in the
service, his method is to give lectures
and free stereptics exhibition through
the eastern cities, and by so doing in
terest the easterners with tho western
states, and especially Oregon.
.i" .i i . i' -ii .i.
mo wnoio oi too iitnu. urn ut. mu
for terniB, from 3 to 5 o'clock
Queen Wlllctha I Rules.
Tho big Stadium of Southern Carnival
Company was packed to its fullest ca
pacity last night to see Queen Willoth.i
receive tho keys of the city and begin
her short reign. Immediately after
Mat Gays high dive, the Stadium doors
were thrown oen, and us soon us tho
crowd was well settled the Royal party
was heraled by tho trunipters of Prof.
Ross's band. L. H.liiircli the genial
promoter of tho Carnival acted as
Master of CcrinonicH of her gracious
majesty, and was the first of the royal
party to enter closely followed by the
queens' pages. Master Guy Wollenburg
and Hughie Rlew. Then followed the
Maids of Honor and their attendants in
the following order, Miss-es l.utieSacry,
l)auj Harmon. Gertrude Rast and Klsie
j Benedick, Messrs Elmer Wimberly,
j j Osmanson, John Ryan and Von
j&iaoy Then with stably tread and
lli)' : ii of a born iii.ur of the Royal
HixhI, amid the applause of hijrsubjects,
Qui en Willethal en'crcd lenniui: on
the arm of her Prime Minister, Sir
Wilbur Ross who accompanied her to
the throne, after which the graceful
young ruler waved for her subjects to be
Dr. h. . Hoover. Vayor of the city,
having betjn called away on professional
hu.-iness, Mr. Hutch on behalf of the
city with a few brief remarket piesented
Queen Willetha I with the kev to the
city, and Ml-s Harmon placed the
iurfdal rmirn nttnn t!i. (air Imul nf tin.
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Queen after which Sir Wilbur Ros read
the Queen's proclamation ami Queen
Willetha?' reign of pleasure commenced.
The usual Sta Hum vrformance was
given and theiien andherrourt fol
lowed by a large crowd of royal alij.et.
visited the animal idiow where the
Wallace the un
lion receive his
raw beef. The
tamable man eating
supier of 75 lbs. of
Queen and her court will appear on the
treets most every evening during car
nival week and witness the various
shows and erfurinances.
A number of our citizens are attend
ing the carnival tliis week.
Mr.Ttid Sirs. Darius Wells, of Elkton,
are visiting at W. 15. Iamb's.
Mr. Iax Cannon, of Lurley, was visit
ing with relatives and friends several
Clarence Leonard has returned home
after an aencc of several weeks at Dil-
Mrs. Ionian and daughter, Laurel,
moved to Walterville, I.ane county on
Mr. and Mrs. Jiio. Chapman have re
turned to Wilbur after visiting relatives
on Deer creek.
W. 11 Limb and daughter, Myrtle,
went to Hlkton, Thursday, to attend tlie
funeral of Mrs. Liur-.i .Mack.
20 tiers oak stovewood, SO tiers; rub
bloekwood. I). S. K. Buictc. 4Stf.
TIMBER AND GRAZING
City and Mining ProposA,-, Home
steads and Timlicr Claims Located,
tho best now vacnt. No fees paid
until Filing accepted. Relinquish
ments bought and sold. ; : :
Stewart Land Co.,
Room 4, Taylor & Wilson Block
N. A. FOSTER & CO.
1 Of ev.-ry deHirrivtion. Farms and Min
ri r.o...i n vVol.i.,..i,.
uaus U(k t IV J W I VhW III l UUIIIIIUlM
SKirtS Wo"yfintI.nerf Made-up Skim in town, and our line of Underskirts cannot b
equaled for quality and price
Our Spring and Summer Line of Clothing E,n,,o,nes man-v featnr that win in
Hod.e-t tntl... . i - O terest yon. The clothing that we sell from the
"1 ,11 ..''f ,",nC!CO"Wtf! fi"el: tai'rMl and oMy dependable. We recommend it
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"p-io-oaie tine or ami
i IIC FCUpiC OLUifc; Proprietor
QK. H. L. STl'DLEY
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Office over P. O.
'Phone Main 591.
Q R.GEO. E. HOOCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
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J-hoae. Main 41
JjJLMER V. HOOVER,
FHYSICIA.V AND SURGEON.
idi atwntion siren to Dltue ol tbe No
OCc-Mln sc. oa ilor touUio! CUT HU
Phone. Mais Ml.
p W HYNE.S,
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Attorney at Law,
UDiUt. Mrjler BM, KCWXBURU. Ok
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iun:ns ea a ; ajiy.
Latr Krcetrer O. S. Land Oflce
JOHN H. SHUPE,
Butlot- tlore 0.3. Land OrSccand finbat
txuinrM a r-rclaltT.
OOre Abrahtai Bulldlnc
J C. Kl I.I.EinOA
w II pradlf tn alt the ale and Folvral Court
OOcv in MaikV Bid., Kofeburv. Orvxoa
QOMMODORE S. JACKSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Mining Law and Water Rights nmdr
P W. BENSON,
IKM t .IIHt 2
J A KUCH A NAN, Notary VnMie.
Collections a Specialty.
j J. ROMNErr,
Attorney at Law.
Taylor A W!l.iti UMol
a. ii. nrar.
a a. sihliiredil
gEHLUREDE & GRAY,
ITAOtlw lii all ol the niiuU of the I . !
tK'Iorr the U.S. Ind department.
Tailor a limn Block,
Notary Public In office
riionu Mam -ztt KjfMiLKU, uki
JOHN P. RYAN, CIVIL ENGINEER
FRANK RYAN, TIMBER ESTIMATOR
Offlcc, Koom fi. Taylor A Wlljon Block.
TheOrvatest Farm Paper of the North
west. PtihlUhed weekly at Salem. Ore
coil. Killlol by the Farmer of tho
Northwest. Twenty Paces. Illustrated.
A WESTERN PAPER
FOR WESTERN PEOPLE
5 Papers for $i oo. Lss than seta each
Publication began Mareli 1, 1W0. Now
ban o.ioo subscriber. Phouoiiienal growth
Is duo to It being tho beat farm ia'(er pub.
YOU SHOULD READ IT
HOMESTEAD AND PLAINDEAIER
$2.75 A YEAR.
and if our SPRING and SUMMER
Line is not better than any other, don't buy
from us. We are showing this season the
Latest Styles in
Silk Gause Novelties, Soie Jouree, Silk
Zephyr, Corded Chambray, Laws Cafaliie
Novelties, fancy Madrass Organdies,
Lawn Sinaloa Novelties, Minerva Dimities,
Leno Applique Lawn, Af ten Dimity, Bleise
Linens, Organdies, Linen Batiste, Cha!
lies, Sursucker Ginghams, Percale
AND ALL THE LATEST IN DRESS GOODS
prices are lower tlian any other store sell
tient s Neckwear.
R. W- PENN,
(Lately with the jrovernnient csopraphical and geological survey of Brazil,
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Of!lceoverPototlice. ROSEBURG, OREGON- Correspondence solicited
i! A. C. ftARSTERS & CO.
We Want Your Patronage
and as an inducement we offer U. S. P.
Standard Drugs, Fresh Patent Medicines,
High Grade Perfumes, Soaps, Toilet Arti
cles, and Specialties
Of your life if you buy a buggy, hack or road wagon before
you inspect our stock of John Deere vehicles.
We Are After You
Haven't missed a sale sitfee
priug goods ever brought to
Have You Seen
The Wash Goods, in all Colors and
Prices, at WOLLENBERG BROS.'?
Also that swell line of Wash Suits, Chil
dren's Drosses in all ages. The style is
correct aud patterns new.
Iu all tho new styles and shapes. We are
agents for the famous Kabo Corset.
This Store will close every evening al 6
o'clock, except Saturday.
WOLLENBERG BROS., Piione.801.
go to THE ROSELEAF Eor
HND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES,
Jackson Street, - - Roseburg, Oregon
same quality. Also a new
OUR SHOES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Sole Agents for the W. L. Douglas Shoe
car arrived. Finest line of