Key West, Fia., May 13.- There has been an engagement off Cárdenas, near Matanzas. The United States crulser Wilmington, Commander C. C. Todd; the torpedo boat Winslow and the auxiliary gunboat Hudson were engaged. One officer and three men of the Winslow were killed and several were wounded. The dead are Ensign Bagley; John Varvorls, oiler; Josiah nett, cabin cook; J. V. Mecks, fireman, and J. Daniel, fireman. The wounded are: R. E. Cox, gunner's mate; D. McKeon, quartermaster; J. Paterson, fireman; F. Gray and Lieutenant J. B. Bernardow. All are slightly wounded, except Patterson, whose condition is serious. Ensign Worth Bagley was appointed from North Carolina on Sept. 7, 1891. The men were killed by a bursting shell fired from a Spanish gun. The Winslow was rescued by the Hudson in a badly damaged condition and towed to a place of safety.