GEN. C. D. MACDOUGALL DEAD A Civil War Leader, Long Marshal of Northern New York. AUBURN, N.Y., May 25.--Gen. Clin- ton Dugald MacDougall, who had been seriously in Paris, died at noon to- day. Funeral services will be held in this city late in June, and the burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery. Gen. MacDougall, who was 75 years old, was born in Glasgow, Scotland. He was the son of Dugald and Margaret MacKendrick MacDougall. He was grad- uated from Jordan Academy in 1853 and received a commission as Captain of the Seventy-fifth New York Infantry at the opening of the civil war. He was made Lieutenant Colonel of the 111th New York Infantry in 1862, Colonel one year later, and was brevetted a Brigadier General of Volunteers at the end of the war for "gallant and meritorious ser- vices." At the grand review in Washington in 1865 he was commander of the First Di- vision of the Second Army Corps. Gen. MacDougall was Postmaster of Auburn from 1869 to 1873. He was a member of the Forty-third and Forty- fourth Congresses from 1873 to 1877, was United States Marshal of the North- ern District of New York from 1877 to 1885, and was a Presidential elector in 1888. Gen. MacDougall in turn declined ap- pointment as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, as Commissioner of Patents, and as Treasurer of the United States, tendered to him in 1876. In 1901 Gen. MacDougall again was appointed United States Marshal for the Northern District of New York, and served until 1911, when he retired. Gen. MacDougall married Eva Sabine of Onondaga Valley in 1867. She died in 1877. He married Miss Marianna Cook of Auburn in Rome, Italy, in 1878.