New York, Düc. 30.- The World prints special adviees trom its correspondent with the Japanese army, James Creeland, which corrobórate all that was alleged of Japanese atrocities at the captirre of Port Arthur and says that the tnking ofthat place was too much for Japanese character, whioh relapsed in a few hours to tlie state it occupied a generation go. Men women and ohildren were slaughtered without meroy, and the slaughter was still going on when the correspondent wrote - Nov. The Japanese, liowever, wero roused to thoir barbarity by the evidences on every hand of Chinese atrocities on Japanese prisoners. The capture of the place was mere child's play, tuo Chinese making almost no resistance.