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GREAT AMERICAN
VICTORY AT SEA
MMODORE JOHN PAUL JONES MEETS THE BRITISH OFF
THEIR OWN COAST AND AFTER A TERRIBLE FIGHT CAP
TUNE* THE ENEMY'S SHIP SERAPIS— TERRIBLE LOtSE*
ON BOTH SIDES AND THE BONHOMME RICHARD SINK" AF
TER VICTORY
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COMMODORE JOOHN PAUt. JOKES.
The Victor of the Great Naval Dattle Off Flatnborouch Headland.
I»T OTHIH T :ADY.
Hy Special Courier FYom Our War
Correspondent With the American
Squadron.
On Hoard the V. 8. Ship Berapls.
At the Teiel. Oct. 3. ll't.
Tb« prtde of Britain baa been
most thoroughly bumbled by the un
exampled victory achieved over one
of her finest frigates, the Berapia. i*.
by Commodore John Paul Jones In
the U. S. ship Bonnomme Richard.
■JIM nearly three hours of th» most
desperate fighting ever seen on the
narrow »*mM.
Th* events of the cruise up to the
middle of September, which, baa
been brilliantly successful In spite
of tbe continued Insubordination of
th* captain, bave been previously
41«pe.tched to you. Kariy In the af
ternoon of Thursday, the :J-J of
September, the Richard, the PaJlas
and the Alliance sighted tb* Baltic
merchant fleet off FUmborough
headiand under convey of two ship*
of war, on* of which. It was discov
ered, was a two-decker. The Rich
artl and tbe Pallas at once crowded
•ail to close with the enemy, who
boldly Interposed between ua and
the convoy flying In great confusion
for tbe shelter of Scarborough har
bor. The Alliance, whose captain.
X^a&aJs, has been most mutinous
and disobedient throughout the
cruise, wan hull down to the south
ward and paid no attention to sig
nals.
Th* wind was light and variable
and It wa» not until nix btlla In the ,
aecond doit watch (7 r m.) that w*. I
.got within hail of the larger ship
waiting for us about two leagues t
from the headland. Th» Pallas, !
Captain de Cottlneau. which was
edging seaward, and Alliance was
■till far astern, leaving u« alone to
engage oaf enemy, for which w#
were not unwilling. Indeed, very
rifrr, The sea was smooth aa ■
mill pond, the light wind »<arc*ly
affording steerage way In th* strong
tide. The full moon In a clear sky
gave plenty of light for our bloody
work.
iAj we ranged alonside, th* com
modore having skillfully got to
windward, the enemy hailed, "What
ship la that?" Ordering the helm to [
starboard, the commodore, to gain
; tiro*, answered, "I don't understand |
you." Th* enemy hailed again, with
a, threat to fire, which we answered |
■with a broad«!de. The response waa
prompt and for th» next few mln- |
v t** gfi drifted along •Ids by side a
cable's length <809 feet) »i ■.■■ ex
changing a terrific fire, when a moat i
lamentable catastrophe took place.
,«n our ship. Two of the nit IS
-1 pounders In the gun room burst,
jktlllng nearly all th» men stationed
{there and severely wounding Mil
•ahlpman Mayrant, who had charge
Pf them. As theKe were all eon
, deinned French guns, th»y were
abandoned by order of lieutenant
ftlcfcard Dale, the first officer. Mr.
Mayiunt, refusing to go below, vol
unteered for the gun deck battery.
• - The flirtillriK continued for iififnu
t*ro»-'i'i"f''"" of ■"' hour, the two
■hlpa ••"■iriK closer all dM time.
Th* h»»vl*r m*tal of the *ncrnjr, h*
beln( diri/d with < itft.t'-' !..n :.i,.ila«t
our twelve and nine*, worked havoc
In our main jMtterles. Notwith
standing, our gallant fellows kept
bravely to It. never fllmhlng and
giving back atiot for shot aa long '•
! th» cut « would fire. It waa evident
thai In this playing at long b«*la
th* enemy ».>• too heavy for v* and
th.it ne ohould be knocked to piece*
an.l sunk unteaa we could • !•>•«•
The Richard, having forg*d ahead
a little, the commodore tried to lay
her acrosa the enemy's forefoot, but
he hating put up his brim. »• ran
him aboard hi* port quarter. li»
--fore the ship* could be lushed he
drew away and we lay In Ilne> ahead,
and. no guns bearing, Itw rombat
quieted for a little space until the
j Richard, forging ant-ad and the ene
my backing, we got alnnc«tde once
more, only clover, and the battle
i recommenced, we giving and receiv
ing terrible punlahment. Kin .illy.
about • of the dark, we were with
in pistol shot of her, when the wind
hauled ahead, enabling the Richard
to blanket the enemy. At thin point
'■"Tfitn -1 I • . ■ ■ • I > "'U i ■ ; I Wllll It,. I !■ . ( )
SCENE DI7MKO Till; BATTLE BETWEEN THK fIONHOMMB IUCHAUD AMD BEUAPIB; IJOTII RUM'S
Anne.
tin- AllluiK •• . nil alone our unrn
(•(r.l Hl.].' illul "I■■•nr.l fir* on ua,
to our Brritt '.uilalmirtu .mil hi.i
ror. Wr nli-il pur li«lil^ nnd ■!(
tiali-il to li. i I.ill to no avail. I' km
InilxiMllilii ilm mlatmik u» fnr ikt
»n.-iii\ f..i the ItUhnrd WU a blmk
ahlp, Ilir other ii whit* MM After
Kill I.i is mm by ti. i fir*, Inrludlni
Mi i *n»..|i. ah* ii-ft ua thanking
Oed for h«r drpartur*.
Th* rneniy huvlnic loat ».iy. the
1(1. till 1,1 ilir« iilirmt and It.. com
modore promptly l.i ■• 1 her iillmail
tlir oiliri'p lniu ••• The rm my now
»■«. kr.l hi* ail'! call, but only auo
reedml In •Winging Into ua »a VI
ranged along tun »1.,r1..Mi .1 ►i.lr
Ilia l>i'«n anchor caught In our
mlxien chain*, grapnel* »rir also
thrown and In a minute »he waa
fait to ua. th* t-KinimMior" with lit*
own hull.la poaatna; th* laahlna;. TIM
runny mail* >lnr|.<r,ife effort* to cut
the anchor faati ultima In the hope- <if
awn, fine clear, but nun after man
who trl».l II in •!,..( down. th*>
romtiiodor* hlntarlf u>tnir th* tnua
qu»l« if th* inttiliira with irrrat rt
f»ct Th» two it.l| • rrmaln*4
Itirkotl ti'trthrr and th* fl(htlrif r*
. ■miliifli .■<■,! ic.lli
lifUiw tli* piirmjr had It alt hit
own war. Our run deck was «w*pt
by (hot ao that th* al.tra of th«
!<i.li«r<l wm IIi«t»II\ broken to
plrrrs. and iiriwciiilr thrlr allot «r"-J
hanalraaljr out In »•«« AN>«<> how
tmr, »<• had thlnr* our own war
Our Kr«ti< h marlnmi and a«.l.li<-T«
of which w* had a cr'i«t number,
lik! by th« rranimiHlor* In i»mni,
poured a torrlfir muaquctry ftr«
upon the anar il*. k> of th* »iifnij
• hlrh aoon ilrov* tin- aurvlvort of
her cr*w bolow.
N>'W th* Alllanra again made her
appearanre. We were In h>H'r* that
ah* would fail upon the otbar aide
of the enemy and Hum and the bat
tlr Dal no. «h« deliberately nailed
by hex mill raked as again With her
brmd(lili> Into our quarter, adding
to th» irrrii.lc ilimw» «r» had tttf
fi>rvd b. low. Hhi> then dr. off
ajraln and ai<pn>a< hod in no mot*
unill an«r th« battl*.
Th» condition of th» Richard wai
drplorabl*. She «v maklnf water
faat and wan on fire. Rome 200
Ilriliih prl«c»nern In the hold w*rt
now rrleai»«l by the nuirf at arm"
under the mpprerwimUin that w«
were •iiiklnr They at onr» ru»h»d
for th» hatch vaya. The runner t>»
■MM l>anlr atnick and gained the
deck crying. Quarter " The coea
■norfora kiwvfc"! htm Mtmot^M with
th» butt of bla pi«tt>l and when tae
enemy* captain bearing the fun
ner'i cry. aaktd If we had alruck.
the com minion- answered him "I
have not yet (>»«ini to fl«hl
WfcfPMi tb<«* of at who heard
rl.-rrt-.l mightily and went at It
again
Meanwhile. Lieut, Richard Pal*,
than whom no commander had ever
a better or a braver *«crmd. with
Incredible presence of mind and r»
•Pair* had got th* British prison
ers to man the pomps to keep the
nichard from sinking In (Ma tbe
commodnre seconded him and th»
orderly ba4 to ttuot one of tbe pris
oners baforc in«>y would Obey an.l
gM to ih* pumpe. This l»ft the
Richard's n«-n free to continue toe
flg»lln|[ Uy the commodore's dl
Hatlnil the unhurt nine-pounders on
Ihe quarter deck were now shifted
over and their (Ire concentrated on
the enemy's mainmast, which vma
soon tott«rlag.
11,"» bad been anaxt fighting
»li.ft among the tnpm»n aim-* »*■
grmpp'ed and oar fellows had rlear
•d tbe enemy's top*. Tie commo
dore, observing ">>■ anil IndMNi
nothing escaped him In that hot ac
tion, ordered grenade* thrown on
THK SKATTI.K STAW-SATURDAV. JULY 11, ipoy
the pfirtnr. which wu ni.wt skill
fully dune by Midshipman Panning.
One grenade, falling through the
after hatchway, kindled a pile of
cartridge*, which blew up, produc-
Ing a great eiploalna and I""" Of life
anik terror among her people.
rtx- itii-tny Wan now HM'II to tie
on fire and our whip waa both Ma»
Ing and alnklng at the MUM time.
The caie Ol both wait desperate.
i Thera waa no thought of atrtkll on
our part, however. The men *•■!«•
crary with fight, especially the
Frenchmen, the Americans belnic
more iiteady, but nut ].•»» resolute
unit every man and boy inilmed with
the desperate determination of their
roiiiniiytnie. Midshipman Mayrant,
although suffering from a second
wound, wat now ordered to board
the enemy, »lilrh he did moit gal
lanlly at the head of 1011 two score
men. He wu wounded a third tin"
liy a pike thrust aa he leaped on the
rail, but abot the man dead that
did II
The enemy's captain, now prac
tically alone on her deck, struck his
flag with his own hand shortly after
four bella mill the b«ttli« was "V"
Unit. I>nl<\ who was also wound
ed, at mice t(x>k chare* of tin- prUe,
which proved Id be (formerly) II
n. M. 8 Rerapts. 44, ('apt. Richard
IVarmin. a >Mi> outclassing I in- >!<''<
tii-mnif Richard by about i ■■■■ to
three, A In.if Ml men Of Mir Hr
rspls' complement of over 300 were |
killed or wounded, and we lost of
our own brave fellows MM '•" The
suffering* of the wound"! were
moat terrible and many died on the
run to this place, notwithstanding
th* aklll and devotion of both the
British and American MrgMM Full
MM* of the klled and wounded will
be transmitted later.
It Is with »r<at regret that I
chronicle the further melancholy
fate of our noble ship. Rhe waa ao
rut up and wrecked that In aplte of
every effort It was Impossible to
save her, and the eecond morning
after the fight she sank, going down i
bow '„r*ino«t with the fine silk
American colors vn 1 ■ which she
fought, flying from her gaff end.
The commodore left the dead In her.
rowing they could wish no better
coffin Tb» prisoners »ay they never
met such desperate fighting. In
which our men agree. They say they
could ►ink us. but not conquer in
True, America never will b« con
quered by Britain.
The course of the Alliance Is much
reniured In the squadron and 'tt*
believed thai tier captain will be
courtraartlalvd for rowardle* an.l
Irviturin and rw*l»*> tin* fat* h" •"
rifhlr wrlli. Had h» l>««n <It«in
i-liii.il tv fight h* ret bad lh» brip-
Iww ronTojr at hl« m»rrr and could
bat* mink, burnod or captured ihun
at will. Tb* Tallal. VkM »nin«
what o»»rmatfh»d har. took th«
other lirlltati ship, whkb prttitA to
b* th» Co*Bt«M of Scarborough.
*f!»r a .mart (ton of »n hour im-l
I b«lf.
Captain IVarwin In mu»h fhtcnn
nl »>, l« thr fint IlrttUh captain
that mi iMniik '<■ an laftrior fort*
In «lncl« ithp »rll"n Trnm llm«- Im
rarmortal. Coramodor<> Jonr« mill I
t>* rrm«-ir.l««r«l an a H. ■>t»n.»n bf I
birth, a native of Virginia, appoint
ed to the navy from North Carolina
Hit surrraafut cruising In tbe I'mt
ldenr« and the Alfred Is not forgot
ten. Ijiiit year- In the Ranger he
'■- " ■• larger and belter armed
'tloop-of-war Drake after a brilliant
action. All her* are enthtt«la*tle
fur him. and hope to tee him f.y bit
broad p*ndant over a fleet of «hlp«
of the line, to whlrh his media and
Mkt«V««Matl entitle him Then let
Britain beware.
I mint dot* thin brief recital,
|.r<.ml»in« a mar* detailed account
by the regular mm! the** pmenta
going forward by «p*r!al ctHirt"
You may depend np«n th««« stal*
bimili, lawnr a« I waa aid* to
th» roramo4ore. and oarer left him
daring the action.
Rainier Camp So 147.' Royal
Neighbors of America, will give a
card party Id their ball, third floor
New York block. Monday evening.
John Pau/Joncs-'An l:\planation
Who f.nirlit tin' l.««t nn.l liraviwt
ni.il nio.it thiillliiK hi ii ml up flartit In
ih<- biaiOTJ of th» liiri.l ». Ion,?
Who battlal mi well In tin face
Of Iratiifndoii* odda that be Implrvd
thn <'1v1117.nl world and rekindled
a (in- which lihk been burning In Hi"
brnuta of Americana for morn than
» centuryT
The name of tin. man 1... did
thonit thing! wan John Paul J..1..1..
and today America, receive* th«
body that lint i... | rwnovwl from
an alien grave and honors tin Dim
an of ii iturdy patriot.
In the daya v .ii John Paul Jones
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Price Arguments
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BELOW WE HAVE PRINTED A FEW PRICE ARGUMENTS—BARGAINS— SUCH AS THOSE UNAC
QUAINTED WITH OUR RESOURCES WOULD BELIEVE IMPOSSIBLE.
OUR ANNUAL JULY CLEARANCE SALE IS AT ITS HEIGHT AND THE CHOICE OF EXCEPTION
AL BARGAINS IS STILL QUITE LARGE. EVERY PIECE WILL BE DELIVERED IN PERFECT CONDI
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C 12 S~% V VW-V >■ # A "W "W V f** ROPE PORTIERES.
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m> - quoted are f* pair- % 7 75 Cut I g.OO
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k v '("^ Number Regular Cut I Number Regular Cut _ = __^ =]K J
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AH -Week Carpet Bargains
Provided they Last the week out. An extra charge at 10c per yd. for making, laying and lining. Prices quoted are per yard:
Axminster— Velvet" Body Brussels— Brussels—
$1.35 quality cut to.. .BJ)<* $135 quality cut 10 . .8(V $1.50 quality cut to $1.15 quality cut to .. .
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frame is highly carved and polished , feet arc heavy claw weathered finish
pattern Cut from $27.50 to $17.50.
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IT IS AR BCnVICEAni.E AKTKIt TWENTY YEARS' ItAUD \i,r. AS WHEN nnAND NEW.
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, (: 11 ■ |..., I l»h«l and the body It btuml *tw<l, thornloro 11 n«s«l» no blacking. This I V^^^W
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l' """|^ a»««JJc _ '' "^ THE DUPLEX DAMPER Is so arranged n.i to admit draft hark | fil^tw ML
; j HaT T •— —7 >rflßl iw and front, resulting In an equal rombuntlon of fuel ami even hoat ' lS|'*^\^*l !
,V^T^ ; 8 I*V' 4' IrTr^j I In the oven. Thl» Is why l>r*aj uovd nolbe turned In a Monarch oven; Sf •'. v'»v^!' lit
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V6>s- jy^ «i«««n. j we rarT y n o parta for repair*. ■ '< *
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No. I— HKKSIDK TABLE—(B«<« fl^ f^ % and *J a Momn DOys . —(See cut); of golden oak;
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« l-rSi-: Tl-S VdiCtWl Tafcc Yoo,OldOne a s Cm.^
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20 Per Cent Discount This Week on Roll-Top Desks
trod tin .1,, k of M* gorNl «hlp and
aaitgd tin- >!«IImI »f*x than waa no
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llnfllll "111" llfWH|in|K'lH did nut
prtnt war ►1..r1<» ini'l.r blazing
hin'lllnui, or print tin- pictures of
I.I'IUMI.
The |.nl.l|.|t> that made humanity
dmlre In honor a li> ».y, .1 Orant, or
a I^n wiih not fur Hi' commander
of Hi" Bonhotnmi in. hard
Ami M I <iH HENTIMENT, an I
with a dttiilre to Int" r.nl and m\'i
iiii" the peo|ili\ mid to perpetuate
the glory that bclongii In an Ameri
can tutu 'Ill" Mtar today, piinta.
AH NEW)!, the brilliant story of th
see. fight that took plaat genera
tions ago.
And baeaaao of SENTIMENT Th.-
Htar ■II '"I the aid of Cryus Town
. • -ii'l Brady, th'< gre«tmt living au
thority on John Paul Jones, and
lira-haps tiM iiiok! iio'kl writer of
sea stories In mlhlmki-, to write the
story of the batlln that humbled tlie
prldnof a king nnd iriado Americans
mire of ll.i-fr wonderful d<*t!ny.
So iikul Ihr gn«tl Btory »ml p«r
hap* yon will find that you havr
iiii..fc«»i « glortoua chapter in a nun
can hliiorv ld*l II to your .In!
iraa tut ba Ki.oi that you iprang
from a rm r that nan mm Ui« mil
' John I'mil Ji.iimi to tIM woild
IIIm anhiM. iukl In a uuikM of
3
I«a4, will rut In Amrrlran aotl, In
thn hlni'lf.w of t.*i« flax bo loved,
HUT MM f«»ll. Wit.l. (JO M A lt':il-
INfi ON. I
i, Th« lii'Hi-M of Kmttie <•!'■ ■ *■
* Woman of Woodcraft, will *l»e *
* m ixiiiml Metal TiKKiiluy ••vti »
» Inn for Hi* iKinoflt of tl)« H. H. *
* Lilly famllr, In th« Hwwlliih I
* . lab hall, KlKbth and Ollv«. •
* I i linn di*lrln( to (fir* eon- I
* trlbutlum ran n<-n<! tbnro to il,< ♦
I hall TuMwlay «ft«rna<m. or to ♦
* (ho following wobimi: Mr«. *
* Murray, 211 Knob Hill; Mm. ♦
* Adnmwjn, 1608 Tw«ly *•
* Mm Kliafcr, Ml lUfri ♦
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