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THROUGHOUT DELAWARE
Claymont.
Richard Murphy was found in the
Delaware river on Sunday morning. It
appeared that he started in a skiff to go
to the fire of the Dunbar A Sullivan
dredging boat and the skiff upset and he
was drowned.
The Dunbar A Sullivan drill boat "Big
Jim," which has been working on the
rock bed of schooneg ledge for three
years, was burned to water edge and
sunk with all the material on board.
Their loss was about 150,000.
Charlie Church, the professional bicy
cle rider, and Henry Cissac, of France,
meet May 30 at the Colosseum at Balti
more in a 20-mile match race. The
purse is to be $1000.
Children's Day will be observed by the
Sunday School of the McCav M. E.
Chapel, at Boothwyn, on June 19. An
address will be delivered bv Key. R. W.
Humphries, pastor of the Madison Street
M. E. Church. The music will be fur
nished by an orchestra from Wilming
ton.
, . . . ,
Captain Errickson and three friends
■started in a boat, on Saturday from the
wharf of the Vulcan Iron Works to go to
New Jersey. When they reached Burns'
Creek on the Jersey side the bottom of
the boat fell out. They managed to get
on shore, and after walking some dis- j
tance thev were given shelter at a farm
house for tlie night. On Sundav morn
ing they went on a train to Camden, ;
from there to Philadelphia, and return
boats."" ,le °" 01,6 ° f "' e Wihnmgt0 " i
fe ,j. , , i
nv l , bl ?| Ll |"'?" d ' li as issued
pf °, n *° tlie , ladies .residing in
i '''7'" V'' " llVt i
<tt ka Drift, on nednesda> afternoon, I
for the purpose of organizing a society, 1
to furnish hospital supplies ami other'
ramp comforts to the soldiers and sailors, j
t he name suggested for the society is '
"Patriotic Daughters of the Union."
Mrs. Thomas v. Cooper, wife of ex-j
collector of the port of Philadelphia, is a !
descendant of Betsy Ross, who made the 1 i
first American Hag." ]
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James I ox, who slashed Howard |
Roiser with a razor a few weeks ago has
Jhe aTrav een 6
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Miss Katherine Burns ot \\ ilmington,
is visiting Miss Sara Miles. !
Miss Jennie Weaver of Wilmington,
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. i
Cnlbert of Chester, has returned to her!
1 ' ome '
The ,Marcus Hook council appointed a !
committee to purchase a Hag and place it
on the borough hall. The flag will be tin-;
furled with appropriate ceremonies en
the mohiing of Decoration Day.
JXtzJLVe, isi*l
s«a;—
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Lasley s parlor car, the only house on
wheels which crossed the American
Conlrnent, passed here on Tuesday even
mg. It was a novel sight, and many
were looking at it as it passed by.
Anna Sharpless has brought suit
against Ella England, principal, and;
Alfred England, agent, of Boothwyn, for
$07.IK) before Alderman A. L. Scott. Ex
edition was issued and tlie amount paid.
William Guodley of Booth's Corner, ;
left on Wednesday
Ohio.
i
.
u llliani 1 Ifempiiiil, of Wilmington, has ;
been ^visiting his aunt, Mrs. Charles W.
•'
are
son,
i
w ;[l \
VUH n,aU :
ilman Ileacock has so far re-1
covered trom his illness as to be able to j
go to l iniadelphia to have his eyes at
niemher of Comp ny
( , Nxtli Regiment N. (». P., has been
promoted to a clerkship at regimental
hcad.piartcra. Ills home ix at Cartwntor,
'
a business trip t
j
Mrs. F. Dawzenhaker, of Washington,
I>. C., and her dang.iter from Ti
sjrending a visit with the former's
William Dawzenhaker of Claymont.
x
Ex-Justice Joint A. lianrmm will
from Eiidystone to Milford,
farm recently purchased, and
his future home there.
Mit. (Ira! am, whose husband recent 1\
left her, is disposing of her Imusehold
gotxfoand will move to Philadelphia.
Fjc-C
tended to.
James (Isijorne, a
' I'eter Carey, u li h merchant, of dies-;
ter, a few davn ago, in a consignment of ;
shad, received two shad, one 'weighing
nine and a half and the
pounds. 1 his is t in* largest of this sea
son.
itlior twelve
I
coming season at
Lindenthorp Bark. This popular local'
resort will open on Siturday, '8th inst 1
amt one of the principal attractions will
ton the Ifair ground track. The :
Miss Blanche Appleby of Wilmington,
who has been spend ing'a few days with !
Miss Stella Stroud, returned Inn
Friday.
e nil
Ettiiiger's hill
furnish tin* music Ii,e
military Ijaml w
Ik* rni C'
uigt> perform ancon will be by tlie bunt
artists obtaiiuthlc and the various other
features will furnish the public with un
limited enjoyment.
Dr. Thomas Dunn died yesterday at
the Chester County Hospital from * t!
result of an operation, which
„ wa » l ,er ; i
lie suffered
(»n accident some »ve**ks ago a! Cheyney,
Delaware county, lie had bee
ing to a patient and
hurriedlv t(
'
... . . attend
hue being driven
the railroad station the
eiturned and he and Hie
ith terrible l< uvo
formed a few davs before.
carriage was
driver were t brown out
Dr. Dunn was 41
l>. u. Filiuson of Wilmington is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. W. II. W.
well.
Max
Brandvwim* Summit Camp Meeting
Asaociaiion held its annual meeting
Thur.sdav,
ID
the
1
amp grounds
Heeled .John W. Day,
Dr. Robert Watt, vice
unick, secret
treasurer; and Rev. Dr.
The
president; W. N.
: Thomas Johnson,
Ezra Tinker,
ext camp will
president; Rev.
Mel
liar
minister
be held from July :
the tents he located
s until August P and
!l' ( '
committee. ;
Aliss Mari,ha Marion, teacher of Bethel
School, No. 1, spent a few days last
week in Washington, I*. (\ she L
sister of Frank Marion of this place.
Miss Hannah Baldwin paid a week's
fM^nter l,era '""' MrS '
,, . . , ;
W HJiain (rMibb, a printer in the cm
ply (M M. Lipman, in Chester, had
fingers of his rigid, hand badly lacerated ,
on Lriday, by getting them caught in
one of the presses. * 1
Jiim
tPUHtccz elech-d Samm-I II. Bavuard,
prcsidcal: J. Elmia
George \\. \ amleegiill. superintendent,
and L. T. Grnhb, execntiie
a
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ConTTmie.l Hum l*oge One.
from London to the Journal says:—
Cardenas, the eastern gateway to Ha
vana has been bombarded by the Ameri
can fleet.
The warships appeared off the city yes
terday and engaged the city's defences
with well-directed fire.
The bombardment of Cardenas was si
multaneous with that of Cienfuegos. Six
warships took part in it.
The Americans landed a boat at
Cardenas, capturing the signal station
there.
The American warships then entered
the bay and opened a hot fire oil the bat
teries on the shores. Many of the shells
dropped into the city.
Tile Spanish gunboat Antonio Lopez
was in the bay and began a feeble re
sistance, but a shell from one of the
warships settled her in a few moments
and slid tank.
The Americans attempted tn laml sev
e ,. a | | H „. the Spaniards, it is
c i a j me d, drove them hack.
jheiv were several hands of Cubans in
the vieinitv and they tried to co-operate
with the American forces, but gave little
assistance.
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Cauuus w'- '' ,„|P tB ...
selt '. ctei1 *\ v ll,L milttary stintegis s at
which to laud tioops fm the invasion ot
Tiie United States transport (Jussie, '
which left Tampa on Tuesday afternoon I
with two companies ot the 1st Infantry
and arms and ammunition for the lusnr
g ent3 ' was under orders, it is believed, to
effect a landing on the north coast ot
Cuba near Havana. , ,
It is believed that the bombardment j
0 f Cardenas was the preliminary step to „
tlie attempted landing of this expedition. ' "
Governing the Philippines
. ....
i ' l ' t ' clal * lsl ' atch lHE f,rx -
Washington, May 12.—Orders have
/been issued for Majnr-Uenerol
Merritt, now commanding the Depart- i
, nen c ,,f tl,e East at New York to pro-1
raed to Manila wilh the least'^ble !
delay for the purpose of assuming the
office of Military Governor of tlie Philip
pines. '
The I'nited States will establish a
temporary government over the islands,
similar orders to proceed to the Philip
pines were sent to Major-General E. S.
Otis, commanding the Department of tl e
Colorado, at Denver, wlm lias just re-j
cently been released from duty as Presi- :
dent of the court martial which tried
Captain (). M. Carter, of the Engine, r
SRSsf&sims
command and will act as Military Gov
ernor of the islands in case of tlie ah- a
sc .nce or disability of General Merritt.
Orders were also issued for the oigani
zation of an annv corps of about. 12,000
men for.. duly in the Philip
pine Islands. This corps will Ix-maAe |
up of regular and volunteer organiza
lions stationed on the Paeifie Coast and ^
in the far Western States.
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Allillfliy ill the I*llili|»j>ilies.
!
j
. .. . 12.—The liritish
gunboat Linnet brings from Manila news
confirming reports that the insurgents
oil the I'hil'ppino Islands are uncoil
The ofllcvrs of the Linnet added that
even if Spanish rule is abolished, it will j
require a large torce, w it h special train-|
iNia.r^,-; 1
'fuse to submit, and Admiral Dmvev is;
unwilling to b nnbard the town.
hopes to starve the place into submis- '
sion, but the Spaniards are confident of
being able to bold out. They allege that!
they have ample supplies for 2o,0D0 rvgu-'
lar troops and thousands of volunteers
beyond the range of tin* Cubed States ;
warships, and they are defying the 1
Americans in the hope of Kuropean in
ter veil tion. i
iwo tierman warships, one French i
'warship and a warship of Japan are now 1
at Manila A Russian vessel is expected j
A' strimg" 'anti-British feeling exists '
;
Special Dispi
eh to The Sun.
trollable.
, ,
alll<II1 S tll( ' populace at Manila, ami the
P e "P ! '* ale desperate and starving.
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12.—Commodore !
Remey sends from Key West to Fecre-j
tary Ding the following dispatch:
"Knv WiisT, May 12.—Si*cretary of the
-Vtvv: in action in Cardenas harbor j
yesterday between Spanish gunboats and I
shore batteries and the blockading ves-1
«*'>*. following named men were
kll, '* d ,,n tl,e tor Pi'd<> boat Winslow: i
"Worth Bagiev, ensign,E. S. N.; John
Ofliuitil Cardenas Rejicrf.
S ucial Dispntch IoTiik Sun.
Wasiiixotox, Mav
\ arveies, oiler; J. Den lee, fireman, first-1
['lass; and Elijah B Tnnnell, cabin cook: '
*orge B. Meek, fireman, first-class.
''The wounded are: J. I\ Bernadou,
li(*utenant, eommandiiig WinsLw; W 1 ,
liam I'atterson. suriouslv, but not fatal!v; I
Daniel W.
(i
McKeown.
lirsl-class, slightIv hurt.
' I H*nd and w
< j Rplsoii this
»*
quartermaster. \
■ounded arrived on 1\ S
IH-ad will b,'.
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I
morning.
buried today.
(Signed)
Tlu* vessels blockading ( ardenas
e gunboat
Foote and Winslow, and revemu
"Rum i:v."
were
torpedo-boats
•utter
Machias.
S *cretary Long
(Mm mod ore Rem
tai s of the affair.
ptlv wired 1
*y at Key West for de-!
jn
Liter the Secretary received Ibis fr<
Commodore Remev
"Winslow badly damaged. Will be!
sent here as soon as temporary repairs
nin he made."
Market liott.se Olliecrs.
The following ollicers
Market IIou.*e Ass
•f the
evening: President, Fred Kienle;!
-president, John Wallsmith; seere-i
tary, David Megill; treasurer, A. llearv 1
; directors, Joseph Joslyn. Harrv Roe ves'I
F. Marshall, James Corish and Jol.nl
(ribbons
v . i„ ,, . .
Hun gi'anttaf I'enn'i'sflnn '"Th^^Spity |
; Trust and Safe Deposit Company t
certain securities held in trust bv it.
three'Austin Harrington and William S.
, I Ml Its, trustees, made return of the sale
of tlie Churchman cztate, which was con
1 firmed.
]
HSt
Permission («i*ant(Ml.
sell
Colonial Dames Election.
A meeting of the Colonial Dames was
held yesterday morning at the home of
Mrs. C. G. Uumford; at Fourteenth and
Market streets. The following were
elected as managers: Mrs. John II. Rod
ney. Miss Anna Stock wood, Mrs. William
T. Johnston, Miss Alice E. Johnson, Mrs.
Elizabeth duPont, Mrs. William lea and
Mrs. James Pennewill.
The election of officers resulted as fol
lows: President, Mrs. John II. Rodney;
first vice-president, Mrs. William T.
Johnston; second vice-president, Mrs.
Charles E. Mcllvaine.
A luncheon followed the election.
Coming Bicycle Races,
The Wilmington Bicvcle Club
begin its series of races for the season,
Ke ^ t Saturday. Some of the fastest
wheelmen of tills city and vieinitv will
enter the«e contests
imn . This club a Is.'
ro j] NV j,
„ r( , a [ r jj ( ,,.'
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.
WesleyiAndrew*choir,has accepted a position
111 Philadelphia at tlieTnnitv Reformed
Church on Oxford street. She will sing
there on Sunday next.
An entertainment will be given by the
Loval Temperance Iefion,Company .1, in
the Riddle Memorial Chapel, on Friday
evening, May 13th, at 8 o'clock. Music I
"ill be furnished by the Tankopanikiim I
Musical Club. Refreshments served.
Colonel Cody Anfenger left the city ves-1
terday for Chickamauga Park.
\y \ Holt spent vesterdav at Middle
towi ;.'' ' '*
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Ham- Jester ts the guest ot relatives ,
U sSSU* .
SfeJSSSS*'
Clarke Churchman has returned from ! —
visit of several days to friends at Dover,
Miss P. A Nowlin is the guest of n-l-i
(jves at D ie Run '
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Mr J: ( 1 "f
Mxmding some time at ; Drondale Iran,,
Thomas Simpson, of Camden, was
^ ilmington visitor on V ednesdav.
Municipal Court.
In Municipal Court yesterday morn
ing, Judge Ball fined John, alias
"Buckey" Reed, $10 and costs in each
of two cases for contempt of court. Reed
having called Officer Davidson and Judge
Ball liars at last evening's session, when
he w as fined for drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct. In default of payment
he will spend nine months in jail.
The case of George Drake, charged
with larceny as a baillee, was reported
settled bet ween the plaintiff and defend
ant.
Carried to Supreme Com :,
The ca«e of Mary Alice Creswelt v?.
Wilmington Northern Railroad, which
was decided in the Superior Court last
term, was carried to the Supreme Court
and will be tried at Dover the next
term.
Gillen is scratch
has a Spaniard on
promises to make a
ill
LOCAL DOTS.
Miss Eva M. Ileck. the contralto of St.
:
6
Mina Annie Smith of this city, spent
Wednesday in New Castle.
Sergeant (ik*nn took thirteen recruits
from this city toCainpTunnell vesterdav. I
Tlie Stamlard Ooil tanker, Maverick,! -
will leave the shipyard of tlie Harlan & !
Holliiigswort-h Company on Tuesday. I
The l'hiladelphin and Reading Trans-1
portation Company's tug Gettysburg will
he given a trial trip on Saturday. |
Ijoyal Temperance L*gion Co. I, will I
give an entertaiiimeiit tonight in Kiddll* !
u , ,
, f U el, f' cor n ct ist lias been
Ue:"^ and |
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tortaimng her brother
Downs, of Augusta, Kan.
Members
Republic
Sunday.
|.; |.\ Hanna severely i
ankle by a fall from his bicycle
nesdav evening
»» *
B |' a ,4 a ^; of ' llri( |„ t . viMl .
visi , tin S frie,,ds in t, " s
Major-General Topham, of this city,
s]h tit Wednesday morning in New
Castle.
of the Grand Army of the !
will visit Camp Tnnnell onlui;.i
1 ;
sprained his |
Wed-!
Mrs. T. L. Layton, of this city, is en- 1
Rev. Thomas ('. i
u
Blanchard and Miss
have been
Henry Whiteman attended a straw
berry tea on Wednesday evening given j
by members of St. James* ( hurch,
>•« ... l«elmrd Billing, at Kim
niells1,
James B. Green, tormi r owner of
paladin, and family have removed to :
Holmesburg, Pa.
A number of children and grown per
sons will be confirmed in St. Anne's
Church on Smiduy evening at 7.3(1
o'clock. Sncdaf services will be held.
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SALUEA. MALONEY,
Successor to the Late
FRANK A. GARDNER
Ilas opined Ice Cream Parlors
and Restaurant, where she will
be j>'lad to see all her patrons, at
No. 704 Markit Street
Delaware anil Allnntie, 412,
Di'lmarvia, 41 1.
Parlies an l Baiu|iiets sorveil.
Eadies' Parlors, 2nd Floor.
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Fill your bins with the
best Lelllgll Ccal fl Olli the
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Maware and Atlantic, 573.
O(K)
106 Maryland Avenue,
De.marvia, 875.
Gummed addresses of Agents and
others all over the U. 8. for 50 cents.
J. T. LUMPKINS,
Neva Va.
Address,
W®NT E D— 1 nformation concerning
t ie whereabouts of James Hurdy, of
Donegal, Ireland who left home in 1801
for Australia; any information will be
gratefully received by his sister, Kate
Hardy. 1208 Locust Street, Philadel
phia, Pa.
AGFNTS_Inst not i;oi P
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"' ac v ttiniuling' acrobatic bug;
Uie mystery of mysteries; most
sensational and fast selling no v
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elty on the market; to show ona
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^5 impresses him
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THE SUN,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
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DON'T
MISS
SEEING
t HER
Thousands of Ladies and Gentlemen
ale wisely visit ing SUCHOUOWSK VS
yroatost of all Pictures be Tori* it
goes.
Now on exhibition daily at the Fine
Art i iallery,
<>(»! Mui-kel Street.
Admission. All Dav 10 (Vuts.
M EDA LLI ON K UTTONS
OF THE
B ATTLESH1 1 ' M AIN E.
The handsomest souvenir buttons over
plaeeil on the market. Sample. 4 t
112 nostpaid, 35 cents.
Clmrles H. Dollivor,
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Oloucester, Mass.
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•(■ills;
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HOTEL WESTERN
l'nui'tli and Orange St.
J lie finest of wet goods and cigars al
ways on hand.
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Sixth and French Streets,
Hn«t Plencmt n... «„ T „„,„
feasant Place in Town
EDWARD KKAl'SE, Propr.
Permanent Hoarders.
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
A system of electric calls has been placed
, throughout the building, and every e
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Undertaker.
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No. 12 East Skvextii St.
SAMUEL J. MELVILLE. Manager.
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CARTING DONE AT T11E
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Fourth street.
JOHN M. BECK,
No. 1 Heed street.
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