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After Five Months on an Island
South of Cuba "Ike" Ander
son Returns.
as
U. 8. 8. CASTINE BROUGHT HIM
President McKinley Feared the Lives
,»f Pliosophate Company Men
Working on the Island of Na
vassa and Orders Them
Home.
There is now hi this city, a figure for
years familiar to the police and perhaps
of the most notorious characters in
the State. This man is "Ike" Anderson,
eoiored,
Last August this well-known jailbird
was compelled to flee the to wn, he having
been charged with selling liquor without
l license. . .
Though a fugitive from justice "Ike
has lead a honest life since that time and
has had his taste oi the present war be
tween I'nited States and Spain. He has
just arrived in Wilmington from the Is-;
land of Navassa, which lays south of j
Cuba, having landed in Key West, Fla., |
last Monday on the gunboat Castine. i
Front Key West to Fort Tampa he sailed i
»n the famous plant steamer Mascotte |
ami then left Tampa Monday night 1
hmmd north I
With Anderson were fifty-two colored |
men audVeleven white men. They had j
all been,employed by the Navassa l'hos
pbat^ Company, and had for five months !
been digging guano on the West Indian j
k.~.
ssi'rs wssmrfi 1
island at the request of President Me
Kin lev who, fearing their lives, dis-1
itched the Castine to their relief. J
Just after rounding the western end of
Cuba, the Castine spoke the New York
Herald dispatch boat, flying the Brazilian
fiag A blank shot from the Castine
brought the dispatch too, and after the
aecesaarv and satisfactory examinations
were made both boats proceeded on their
weremaaeooe t
The island of Navassa is between Cuba
and Jamaica and is covered by rich de
posits of auano. The deposits are oper
Soil by the Navassa Phosphate Company :
with head officers in the city of Balti-'
more. The gang of fifty-three negroes, |
,,[ wtiich Anderson was a member, were j
sent to the island last September, under
®e direction of James A. Woodward
and ten other white officers. Woodward i
was subsequently made Governor of the
ZH whi y ch there was no inhab -1
states but- the Phosphate Company's
people. John C. Lawrence, M. D,, was |
the surveyor of the party.
The. men signed articles of agreement
» i fu'rT- '" i;,' , T
EivtiAK"* 1
serving ^ 111 y about five months, rhe |
tt»c.u received $10 per month, payable
yearly.
Navassa is about eight miles incircum-!
fere nee and at various points is ex
Kingston, Jamaica, is
one
iremely high.
within a few bourn' wail and on nuuier
Anderson reports that the
men while on the high points could dis - 1
linguish the t las lies ot fire from the
guns located on Spanish shore batteries,
along the southern coast of Cuba.
i Phosphate Company had ,
settlement which is
ships at the island
e brought into
i
ous occasions
The Nava
established i
now broken up
loaded with guano wc
Port Tampa safely.
in,all
'I'll
ipany bad estab
fished a jail, and for each day a s
uonfined therein he lost his wa
hath so pay
ataried to work at (> a. n
On the island the e.
n was 1
s ami !
50 cents board.
Tin- me
1 . and quit at
ptlv at 10 p. 111 .
in the island ;
,
nit of 1
4.30 p. m., retiring proi
absence
,f liquor
Tl
•riment to notorious
wasnsource
"Ike," but lie not
New Castle jail, i
1 hopes to keep
1 which place
served a hundred sentences.
In- has
1
1
-, . I
West Entl Choral Club to Entertain. |
,,,, i. ,,,! rhnril cl„ b under tire !
Ihe West l.nd t lini.v t mi), unucr in .
direction of j(1 1
pyc amu tcal cntertammeut a 1 l n n
M. E. Church. J 1 l « 8da > ''i? , ]
A nL fKwi-d teateres I
, , . . • ' . ...ui I,,, "the tenor 1
of the entertainment y he t t
"'o dv ™ and \
obligato, 1 . • , , , 1 ,1 I
This, entertainment snotna be aea
patronized. The club lias been making
ipj'ci a 1 effort to g it e a ^ himl il'sho \v
taiiinient, and.the ia-op e ?^ >l ' d ." 5 '
their appreciati in bv attuimng tire
Sertainmeiit. Hie following is the pro
24ui.
la.- rendered.
gram:
u My Country 'Tis of Thw."
•Thou Who in MiKht Hupmnu
•Vbfirus.
Itolicinii
!au-t. -Dust Itcinenil
Miss Marv Clciud, Mr. (.hey
-Hcifi-v Timer.".I. L. llattnn
Hamilton Gray
bliguto, F. Wilson
Vitcliting GU'c." LTilljertson
King O'er Laud
Chorus.
adi
Tenor Solo.
■c Thomjis
C. V
Double Q
Ha-?> Solo
ftrtette.
.ndChorus. "I A
I Chorus
Rolwrt Mearns
n.l s
• <». iiuil the Morning 1-ight
(C. F. Steele I
Lillies
. ,-. Morse I
ore
inr.
• Kuiklf
Main Ch<
•Tlu* Betti
Mrs. .It
Mul Chorus " ( Bose Maitb
Solo.
.So; t
Wi<
iis, Mr. ti.
Mate ouai
t'
mils. H. Tiiyl
l
Brotiiev*
Maiitlolin !>'■
v March." <livent
's Viet
• Gale.''..
Male Ci
tii
Met
Uirii
Wild
"Red. White
aeeornpftiiist
Elizabeth H. .lohus.
A Slid den Bit If.
As I'ierrediil'oiit, was boarding the dn
ilv at tin- I Ye
l*oi it tug built
st reel
,:;o
oi
and hi* fell ii
hi- foot
'c.
the river.
not- uutiee t
Mr. diiPont ill tel
Admit and
the b-ial bn
n.isseil. He then threw
lib* l»ues-"
hii
sod to place Ins hat
This Mr. diil'-mt
ami
and miifki
jiti.cr \
I Ml
lutl sixlelv on the
ttrtiok'H had hum
1 thru
bunt', ho took a si
boarded t-ln; vessi 1
thrown him.
t s* 11
•! by iiL*ana of a rope
Child Injured.
Through the upeetting nf it cnm-lt wlticlt
two young girln were carelea-lv bundling,
a small baity girl whose parents live on
Sherman street near Spruce, was slightly
injured yesterday afternoon.
New' Castle.
The yacht "Vagabond" from Philadel
E hia arrived here yesterday afternoon on
er way to Lewis, Del., on a pleasure
trip. The crew were composed of Com
modore Harrv Beates, Dr. K. .1. Beatcs
and Mr. C. Eliot Bears. They siient a
few hours in New Castle visiting the
most prominent points of interest. These
gentlemen belong to the Philadelphia
400.
A strike lias occurred at the New
Castle Brick Co., relative to wages. The
men claim that they are not making
enough to live upon, while the manage
ment say that they are paying as much
as they can afford under the circum
stances.
The company claim that the difficul
ties will be settled by Monday. They
endeavoring to do everything to
make the yard a success. They have
put in a new slip, had the channel
dredged out so as it will be 8 feet deep
at low water. Their capacity is 30,0(X)
brick per day. They have recently
closed some very satisfactory contracts.
On account of having the slip they are
entireiy independent of the railroad
company, and can shin when they
please. It is to be hoped toe difficulty
will be settled shortly.
Frank Temple. Esq., of Dover, door
keeper of the C. S. Senate and Jam s
Lord of Camden, Del., were visitors at
the jail today, and paid a visit to-Col.
Cooper, with whom they were well ac-!
;
j
art*
quainted.
j
| WHIPPINGS IT YUU' C\S j'J i
i " nlrr li\ua A l Itbil t An ILL. |
i j
| Five Colored Men Suffer the Penalty |
1 for Their Crime. j
I . , , , • . .
| A number of persons from ■luting; ten
j ""i^K^afsnring' whYrolnfewhich i
« e annual, f C""® ;
! took P lac - 111 th0 J' ul jam at ll.od tin..,
j "25"°* , , reci , ived fr0In 10 1
1 E'S»i"gtstfsasrfei
months tn jail for the larceny of a paw ofj
sl, Jf a - ,, I
J Jt^Xind S lists He
'L * 1 appeared ana got m lasnes. no
''. dl wtorinVchain'from David Reeder
of /L*?£; h R a " d received n laslmf aid
. George Brow n received Jo lashes and
81 H^nr"^ShlrDer'and'Edward Grooms
llen . r y t ' l,ar P®' a " a ljU SF a
wen - * dl . e attractions. They each re
ceived|foity lashes wella.d on forhighway
robberv. They also stood one hour it
the pillory, and will remain six years in
I* 1 '-.
: hopBostiic, col S ^° p ,- .' v .
^ a. m. in the pillory lor forgery.
| H^he whipping of Shenff Flinn does not
j compare in severity to t lose sheriffs i
earlier days when the blood w at made
° freely No blood was drawn jvs-1
i te ^ dav though the men s backs wen j
reddened ana swollen. .!
-1 8 Groonm are 1 a den d j
toughs and stoofi tlie oriltal stnuill).
| The character of. harpti may be '"'' o'
u : ed fro l " 1 the f f.' ha ' , alt . < T t ie I
P»ng, when on Ins Way to jail, lie said to
ass3
1 -*.' » ii "™
| *P tc **'°i'■
A
^ wife? Refuses to Fiive
i
1
Wiili Her 1
COUNTY COURT CASKS.
. , ,
<>n Uje charge ot n
Darnel \\. Cush, 111
'jorse belo
State
nolle pros
Husband—Two Cliickci
coil.
Thieves
Scntci
i
'£ 11
. . j
1 lie civil list.
s reported.^ I In- total mini-;
for trial,is oil, 10 of them by
1 the Court
At vcsti-rdav
. i -1 n
Mrs, Bertha Hi
of General
,' r
put mi trial
Constable
siotis
of near Gl
tm
his K'izurt.'
her husband. Tl
ng t
tMidud the case bv
a
IVY
i r,
if
The arrangement
calendar was
her of eases
special jury.
■s and Joseph Griliitli, colored,
,J ai > , , ,
of l'encader liniidred, were churged
chickens, the property
with stealing
of Arthur .1. Henry,
They were represented by Horace
. l
111 Apri
llhli.
G.
Knowles
The defendants denied all knowled)
of the sale of 11
lckcne.
State Detective Witsil verified the 1 i
| statements of Constable Van Horn in ;
! re |atil "' to the case*. I
. H. (i. Knowles addressed the jury • |
1 and was followed by Deputy Attorney
tlel . eral Cooper, who stated that Mr. ,
] Knowles had ingeniously attempted to
I fasten the crime 011 John Goldsborough.
1 Wiiliard Raikts. colored, was ar
raiglied „ n the charge of high way rob- t
bery. He was represented by IX J. \
I Reinhardt, and on application of the |
attorlley tll0 cafle was continued until 1
M()ndav ln „ nling . !
The case of Ihvid Alpitrne, charged;
with nun-support, was taken up. lhe i(
defendant was represented bv D. J
R „ inliardt . The wife of the defendimt, i
Lucy Alpitrne, could not sjreak English ,
and Rebecca Weldons was sworn as 111 - -
terpreter. Ex-Constable Harry Smith
was afterward substituted. j
After the court had heard the evidence
of both sides. Judge Lore said, "you will
have to pay your wife at least $ 2.00 per |
week alimony." Before he had scarcely j
finished his sentence Judge Spruanee!
turned to him and in an undertone con -1
versation between the three Judges the
senlence was changed.
1
. . . , .... . :
Judge Spruttricesaid it, is as much the ;
dirt v (It the wife to live with the liuebii.id j
, a ! ia 1
support the wife, ami coiitiniiiiig he
I - "" PriX wlfe wdl re t tl . ,rn » nd . ' v< '
with you, Will you support her and the
-fluid? A Ipuriie answered, will be glad
to live with her and support them.
Ills honoi then tinned to airs, a i
pnrne, and through her interpreter, Mr.
Sinit-li, asked, will you return and live
1 "i 1 ! r-!;, l ", w '"' k
and support you and the child. Ir was :
,im< 0 I
as it is fur the husband to live
.. " I
,m- will g„ hta security to that el-;
utl0M - - l «*| I
• l 'I
of tii
t<
(Mini ii
' <l
replied.
if
tii
ill aecept your propi
otherwise 1 will not, as I would not ink
feci I
him on his oat Ii.
After much parleying the nidges
eided to hold Alpurne in $101) recogniz
ance for next term of court, nnd further
said if Mi's. Alpurne still refused to re
turn and live with him lie would he dis
chaiged.
Alpurne is a tailor and is considered
able to make a good living and is known
as an industrious man.
James and Joseph Griffith, who were
tried yesterday morning for stealing
chickens, wore convicted and each were
sentenced to six months imprisonment.
ten lashes and $10.50 restitution money.
tle
in
STATE'S TROOPS
TO STAY LONGER
Further Orders Issued and First
Regiment Does Not Move Vet.
sitclal Di.iuteh to Tan Hi s.
Camc Ti'xnf.u. Middletown, May 21—
Further orders were issued from Wnsh
ingtou today and Camp Tunnell will re
lnuiu for soult time yet.
The orders were "received this after
noon and they countermanded the
orders then being executed, that of pre
paring the troops to move on Monday.
Until the later orders were received it
was expected that by Tuesday the First
Regiment Delaware Volunteers would be
; quartered at Falls Church, Ya., 10 miles
j below Washington, now I he rendezvous
ALL WAS READINESS TO MOVE
Many New Tents Arrive and are
Krected—Camp Tunnell Will Con
tinue to Exist for Borne Time
Yet—Life Among ihe Sol
dier Boys.
i °f the vast volunteer army,
| The troops were to have left Middle
j town Monday afternoon and gone
| straight .through to Virginia, amt every -
j thing was in perfect readiness for the
breaking of camp on Monday morning.
Al , g( ? odH wllieh belong to the State
i nnd « ert ' ill , ci ' lll l> ""ere shipped to \\ il
; mington today.
A car \ 01X & G f 300 tents arrived here
1 this afternoon, and these were brought
«.
j ggue) j c j,is afternoon, they all going to
I and being distributed among Companies
M, L, «,% and L The balance of the
companies wl jl receive theirs on next
Tuesday. Also three hundred leggins
were delivered to the same companies,
This will give the boys abetter appear
ance when the hundreds of Sunday visi
tors arrive tomorrow,
j} acon an d hardtack is now the fare of
al| the COHipilnies . It is expected that
Monday w j|i be pay day, and the men
ap pe ar overjoyed with the outlook,
Travel rations had been issued to all
the companies yesterday in anticipation
()f th(f (ri t<) the rendezvous Falls
(j| ulrc J li but the orders received today
i [ r0|n Adjutant-General Corbin at Wash
i n 8 r , OI1 will necessitate the abandonment
o{ - this ' (are for the present at least,
j Notwithstanding the warm weather,
all ibf the available time is used in dri 11
j ing all t , le knowledge pos
sjb | t , 0 f nnhtary tactics and discipline,
The officers have compassion on the
I men, however, and they are not exposed
to the sun anv more than is absolutely.
8
necessary.
The officers are looking forsixdeeert
!, two from Laurel and four from Wil
: mington, and when they are caught they
i will probably be put in irons at the
1 guardhouse and at intervals will he re
quired to work at hard labor. One Wil
1 mington man, who was thought to have
deserted, has been located in a Philadel
phia hospital, where he is .under treat
1
i incut.
Deserters can be handled by civil as i
authorities, and any j
returns a deserter to camp is
reward of $25.
Lieutenant Colton of (Vimpany Alias!
been appointed acting ordnance officer in |
charge of the Gatli
None of the men will be given passes |
j in the future unless thov have good bona j
ipie excuses for leaving camp, and all •
SH ch passes must be approved bv the [
colonel. Between the reveille, and tups j
there are no restrictions upon Cominis
sinned olllcers, and they can leave camp, 1
■ided one commissioned officer is left
in command of the company.
Company A is very proud of its rifle !
trophies, and every man in camp le- i
gards with admiration the winners of i
the prizes.
well as niilitarv
citizen who
entitled to a
un.
. l ,ri
Cbinpanv A exhibited superior shoot-1
1 i 1)g , and "it is claimed for them by all
; witnessed the shooting that they |
I deserved to be winners. Captain Carter j
• | ias forwarded both the liavnard and 1
,i„. Rmioipn tropv to Wilmington,
, wl ,ere thev are placed in the respec
tiw windows of the givers.
c apt , Edmund E. Rogers of Co. II,
wears a handsome pair of gold cuff but
t „ ns ,,,-namented with a military design,
\ which wete at one time the property of
| i,, s „n C ltt, l>aniel Rogers, while the later
1 wtl s judge advocate iii the United Suites
! navv J "
First Lieutenant George W. Basse of
i( - 0 . DhaseenttotheuttachesoftheWil
niington post office a letter thanking
i tll0 , a for l the handsome sword which
, „ as presented to him. The sword is one ]
- - () f tlit- finest in camp ami tlu- lieutenant
prizi-s it verv highly,
j
|
j Charles M. Quigley Has six Young
, , . ... ,, ,,, .
-1 Me, » Arre * ted for " ,e A »"K''d
1
A DEAR SPREE.
Larceny of $400.
: Joseph Lapierre, (Jeorge McCrav,
; (Janny, llarrv Wicks, John (iunn
j and Anthonv Morgim were given a hear
ia 1 ing before Nfagintrate Daley last night on
he the- charge ,.f O.c larceny of aboiTt $400
v< ' from Clmrles M. Quigley.
The prosecutor stated that he owns
propl , rt v at. Shallcroas avenue and Scott j
«t,vet and quite recently had borrowed
i- between $5tK) and $(KK) to repair the
, le j iad completed none of the
live ,,. pairing veslerday after
k noon bought two kegs of beer and had
was : tak( , M tl .e deiemlants outside of liar city
0 I liniitii to show them u g<
i
'
, ,, , , ,
Instead he became so intoxicated that
" I he fell arleep and when he awoke the
el-; Ilien uld lnnIU , y wliictl, lie claiuied
«*| I in: had in Ida pockets had disappeared.
• l 'I Magistrate Daley held t-'ie defendants
of $5(K) bail each for their;
appeurnnee before him on Monday even
ing al 7 o'clock. They furnished the;
necessary bail and were released.
They were arrested by Sergeant Black
and (lillccrs Massey and McDaniels.
William T. llearne of Independence,!
Mil., is being entertained by Horace G.
Knowles.
Constable Dennis S. Shi eld has pur-:
chased the restaurant ut No. 10(i East,
Fifth street, and will take possession of
the same tomorrow morning.
I time.
if
re
dis
tle
Municipal Court.
Anthony Dinger w as fined SI and costs
in Municipal Court by Judge Ball last
evening, for drunkenness.
Leon Marcinkoski, drunk, was fined $1
and costs.
Alexander Whortenitery, colored, was
arraigned on the cl urge of assault on
Sarah Lizzie Laws, colored. The prose
cutor stated t hat she had left ISO cents in
her room and when she came back the
money was missing. She accused the
inmates oi the theft, and Whortenberv
struck her in the face. The case was
dismissed.
Thomas Norton,colored, was arraigned
on the charge of assaulting James Cole.
The defendant claimed that lie was
called into a shop by the prosecutor and
because lie refused to go Cole prodded
him with a stick, and he, the defendant,
struck him. He was fined $5 and costs.
The case of William Cramer, charged
with highway robbery, was again taken
up and the defendant was dismissed.
Engine Remodeled.
The La France engine of the Liberty
Fire Company, which has been at the
works of the "builders at, Elmira, N. J.,
for the past three months, arrived in this
city yesterday morning.
the engine lias been entirely re
modeled and was given a satisfactory
test at the ice house wharf yesterday
afternoon.
CLAYTON HOUSE
Cafe :~
Situated on the main floor and every
thing first class.
An elaborate dinner served from
noon to 2 p. in. for 50c.
HARRY ROTHMAN,
12
Proprietor.
i
L. E. BA YUS,
^2iid am! 31arket StreeCH.
All kinds of bedding plants, (icrani
ums, Verbenas, IleliotroiAes, Hoses.
Special attention given to Funerals
and Weddings.
RIDE A ROBIN HOOD,
— and be in the swim —
It won first and second in the five
mile road race on Saturday.
8 STBIJY ONE AT
mcdaniel cycle co.,
loll Market Street.
A Good Trimmed Hat for
Only $2.00 at
MRS. S. E. GARTON'S,
202 King; Street.
oust
A full line of the latest st-yle'of Mil- j
finery at
Mrs. Fannie W. Coverdale, |
No. 310 King Street.
Mourning goods a specialty.
Anna Han thorn
»f Ladies' and Children's
Has a full line
1 Hosiery at
i
j
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j The finest of wet goods and cigars al
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i
i
417 Market Street.
Fine Trimmings, Notions, Etc.
HOTEL WESTERN
Fourth and Orange St.
EDWAlil) KRAUSE, I'l-opl-.
I'erinaneiil Roarders.
WHEELER & WTLSON
New No. 9 Family
SEWING MACHINE.
, , .
A B re at- improvement
| ever made in the way of Sewing
j Machines.
1
of
]
... ,
anything ,
over
THE LATEST AND BEST.
The only SEWING MACHINE that
does not fail in anv point.
ROTARY MOTION and BALL BEAR- j
INGS make it the LIGHTEST RUNNING !
Machine in the world.
Needles and parts for all makes of
sewing machines for sale. Repairing
from 50c. up.
No. 12 East Sevknth St.
SAMUEL J. MELVILLE, Manager.
SALL/EE. MALONEY,
Successor to the Late
FRANK A. GARDNER
Has opened Ice Cream Parlors
and Restaurant, where she will
be glad to see all her patrons, at
No. 704 Market Street
Delaware and Atlantic, 4 12,
Delmarvia, 412.
Parties ami BamiuctN served.
Ijttdlevs' Parlors, 2nd Floor.
on
j
i
fAAKtST fl> n XT
DON 1 Wfl I T
V/V P 11,011
;
—BUT—
|
;
' i Fill
_ vour bins with the
< i . T i • i r* 1 r o
the i best Lelllgll Coal fl.omtlie
V ard of
LL_._ .
-
the;
G. L
pur-:
East,
of
"AT
'Jj
106 Maryland Avenue,
Del tware and Atlantic, 573 .
Delmarvia, S 75 .
CitculBis mftilert to woM-to-do farmers for
(tl.60. All irt-sh names. J. W. Mc-tlraw,
Mansfield lai. _
I Aft I lift and stamps bought at a nre
I.IIIMX mium. Vestpocket list 10 c
iUUIIlU Alht. Scott,Cohoes N. Y.
BEFORE taking up arms be sure and secure a perfect]
- ■■ - - likeness, such as a visit to
J. paUl groWrfS Studio
WILL GUARANTEE.
V
Artist in Photography and General Portraiture.
617 MARKET STREET.
MflUttfUlUfUWWMiMfiUttfiUUikflUUJlUMJUiUiUtUt:
3 IT IS
When a man or a woman needs something that
an advertisement of that tiling in a newspaper
— impresses him or her.
That is why continuous advertising is gei
erally most profitable. Y
Hut (lie advertisement and the time andu
reader's eye must come together.
p |
IF YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IS IN
SUN
\
^ It will be seen, because every reader reads
=5 every jiage. It is, as you know, a newspaper
made to he read from first column to li^st^
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A
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THE SUN,
___ _ _
rece,veoJOHNT. KNOTTS
Livery Stable.
3
WILMINGTON, DEL.
j
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Coupes, Hacks and Carriages for Funerals, Wedding
Parties, Balls, Receptions, Etc.
Hack Parties at Low Rates'
115 W. Front Street.
Cabs meet all trains.
Delaware and Atlant c Phone, 835.
promptly attended- Giv.; me. a call.
Baggage called for and delivered.
All orders
CENTRAL HOTEL i
Sixth ami French Streets.
jrost Pleasant Place in Town j
placed |
■t-aience;
' * nl * j
I
, A system of electric calls Ink. Iier
, throughout the buiMing.. , V1 . .
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