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I ; MASSACRE.
f (Coiitljiuca froin JF lrt Pate.),.
td, wrinkled ,man with his throat cut
V V m& his eyes and tongue torn out. s
V Nowhere the sign of a weapon, no-
J f - .where the sign of war. It was a sight
i , ' that would damn 'thei fairest nation on
. .There was one trembling old 'woman,
and only one. In that great scene af
carnage, with her wrinkled face efulver-
erlpg with fear and- her feeble limbs
f v shaking as she wandered about among
iho slain. Where .was she to got What
waa she to doT All the men were killed,
all the women were off in the frozen
. bills, and yet not an eye of pity was
turned upon her, but she was jostled
fandjaughed at until she turned down a
, blood-stained alley to, see Qod knows
j what new horror.
I BUTCHEIIY AND LOOTING.
Tho Japanese had tasted blood, and
, the work went on the second day.
Hr I saw four men walking peaceably
A along the-edge of the town. One carried
K k babe In his arms. A squad of soldiers
K promptly fired volleys at them, but tho
H , markmansblp was so bad the men'
r escaped.
All day the troops kept dragging
frightened men out of their houses and
H shooting 'them or cutting them to
H pieces.
H , I saw soldiers trampling over the
H ( twitching bodies of dying men to rob
their houses- There was no attempt to
s conceal the appalling crimes. Shame
had vanished. It was heartrending to
see men (lodging around corners like
H hunted beasts And kneeling for mercy
but getting none.
All through the second day the reign
mm of murder continued. Hundreds and
H hundreds were killed. Out on one road
Wmt ,,r alone there were 227 corpses. At leant
B forty were shot down with their hands
. tied behind them.
Hr There was a rumor that two Europeans
H had been captured and were to be shot.
H f traced the matter up and found two
H prisoners who had been released on
m '
mM ' JWnttv Station, Morgan Co Ala.
Hv S. B. V. PiritcKi Dear Sir la the fall
n S" c8. ' '"' Tr I suffer
m M ""via od from rheumatism
fir - Wal In my left shoulder
sV faf rznrMm nd olbow. I tried
W XitSUssK arrest many mcdl
sW mtt WTsPsV clnes but they all
W Tm& JBrnw failed to afford ro-
9ftsMPHsr "cf- From the time
Ll . . isfUJ I began Dr. Pierce's
T XlmTmZL Golden Medical Dl
K .. asSaVC. ". VtA. covery, until I felt
isH JssbL UfsWss. that I was 'cilred,
VI IWmKmammmw? y"a period cov
JK BnWI ' ering four or Bva
rm WftWTM -z? months. While the
& ' VmW attack lasted, I suf-
mA I Wz' fered a great deal,
H atorr.W.Wruxiifa. and could not dress
T' " I""0, or undress myself.
Hj d Although I am 73 rears old, I now regard
M - say health as splendid. I had spent a gn t
JH eal of money previously. In various ktnda
H tf medlciDS, but tbo "Discovery." from
H so day I commenced until I was well, cost
ML only roon dollars.
Wm Accept mv graUtude, and I beg to nb-
Mtibs myself. Tour friend,
II ,f , Ber. WILSON WILLIAMS.
I 'J . if
parole. One was Stephen Hart, a
correspondent of Reuter's Agency, and
the other was Olberg, his Interpreter,
jlr. Hart said he had crossed over from
Chefoo In a Chlneae Junk three days
before the fight In order to get the news.
He found that a tugboat' captain, John
McClure, had been appointed admiral of.
the fleet. The Oovernor of Port 'Arthur
had received him kindly and had al
lowed him to go among the troops. ,
I MONEY PAID FOR HEADS.
He Raw money paid In the Governor's
yamen as rewards for Japanese heads.
The Governor attempted to. escape on
the day of the, battle on a small steamer,'
but the torpedo boats of the Japanese
fleet ran It ashore, and the Governor Is
now somewhere In the hills, with scouts
on his track.
When the Second Regiment first en
tered Port Arthur a soldier levelled his
rifle at Mr. Hart, but an officer struck
the weapon upward. When I met the
correspondent he told me he had Just
come from his hotel, where the Japanese
troops had murdered the cook and two
boys In order to plunder the place.
The Japanese had t ehty-four hours to
cool down, but there was no halt'ln the
dreadful business. I cannot even hint
at the unspeakable Insults offered to the
dead or the revolting mutilations.
BOUNDING NEWSPAPER MEN.
Late that night Mr. Artga, the' military
adviser of Oyama's army, came to the
quarters of the foreign correspondents
and sat for. awhile, beaming' behind 'his
gold-rlmmed spectacles, a suave, alert,
deep man. Turning to me suddenly he
said: i
"What do you think of what has .hap
pened?" ' '
"It was a fine strategic movement," I
answered.
"No," he said; "you know vihat I
mean. I mean the killing of the peo
ple tn Port Arthur What name would
you give to ltt Wdnld you call It a
massacre? I want you to b'e plain with
me." I
The other correspondents lookcilfatlme
nervously, fearing 'that I'mlghiStetray
my feelings, and that the Japanese
would not allow, us to leave China, but
compel us to fend our despatches
through the military censor, thus sup
pressing the detallst of the appalling
scenes we had witnessed. I tried to
evade the question, but Mr. Ariga
pressed i.
"Would you call It a mamacre?"- he
asked. "Would you call it th llized war
fare? We are anxloui to know what
j ou are going to say about this. Would
you call it, for instance, a massacre of
the peaceful Inhabitants of Port Ar
thur?" Again I turned the question aside.
Mr. Ariga gave me up and turned to
I'rederlck Villlers, the artlBt of Black and
White, of London, who also wriggled
out of a plain answer as skilfully as
he could.
Then he addressed Mr. Cowan, of the
London Times, who told him flatly that
whatever might bo said of the excite
ment of the troops on the day of the
battle itself, the kiting of unarmed men
on thelsucceedlng days was an outrlgh
massacre.' Mr. Ariga looked thoughtful.
"Do you think so?" he queried, turn
lng to me.
"I certainly do," I jeplled. "It Is the
duty of a civilized nation to take pris
oners." AFRAID OF REPORTS.
Mr. Ariga was plainly trying U
make us commit ourselves not to use
thft word massacre In our despatches,
and he fenced in the true Asiatic style.
"That Is another question," he said,
"If we chooso to kill our prisoners that
Is another Issue."
"Uuts you are not killing prisoners;
you are killing helpless Inhabitants In
discriminately 'without attempting to
make them prisoners."
"Ah," said Mr. Ariga, putting his
thumbs together gently to aid his
argument, "It amounts to the same
thing. We took a few hundred pris
oners att Plngyang, and wo found It
Very expensive and troublesome to feed
and guard them. We are taking prac
tically no prisoners here."
THIRD DAY OF SLAUGHTER.
Just o' dawn on the morning of the
thtod day after the battle I was awak
ened by tho sound of rlflo shots. They
were still at It I went out and saw a
body of soldiers, led by an olTlcer.
chasing three men. One carried
d naked i.ifnnt In his arms.
As h nn he dropped the baby.
it found It an "hour later, dead. Two
of the men were shot dpwn. Tho
third, the father of tho baby, tripped
and felt. In an Instant a soldier had
pounced upon his back with a naked
bayonet In his hand.
t ran norward and made the sign of
the Red Cross on the white non-com-.batant's
bandage around my arm, but
the appeal was useless. The bayonet
was plunged three or four times Into the
neck of tho prostrate man, and then
he was left to gasp his life out on the
ground.
I hunted back to my quarters and
anakened Frederick Villlers, who went
with me to the spot where I had left the
dying rrinn. Ho was dead, but his
wounds were still smoking.
While we were bending over the
corpse we heard shooting a few yards
around a road and went forward to sea
what It was. Wo saw nn old man
standing in the road with his hands tied
beftlnd his back. On the ground beside
bim'wero he writhing bodies of three
other pinioned men who had been shot.
As we advanced a soldier shot the old
man do-tn. He lay In the road on his
tbVck, groaning and rolling his eyes.
The soldiers tore his shirt away to Bee
the blood run fiom his breast and shot
him a second time. His features
Uw tched a.id his body was convulsed
with pain. The soldiers xpat In lilt
fare and Jeered at him.
Wo turned away fiom the place. ,He
mctnber, this was the third day after
tho battle.
f CUTTING THE HEART OUT.
Next day I went In company with
felr, Villlers to see a court-yard filled
with mutilated corpses. As we entered
we surprised two soldiers bending oor
one of the bodies. One had a knife tn
his hand. They had ripped open the
corpse and were cutting the heart out.
When Baby was tlcl, we'garo her Castorla.
When the was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she bad Children, the gave them Castorla
in .
When they saw us they cowered and
trlod to hide their faces.
I am satisfied that not more than one
hundred Chinamen were killed In fair
battle at Port Arthur, and that at least
1,000 unarmed, men were put to death.
It may be called the natural result of
the fury of troops who have t "en the
mutilated corpses of their comrades, or
It may be called retaliation, but no civil
ized nation could tbe capable of the
atrocities l have witnessed In Port Ar
thur. Every scene I have described I
have looked upon myself either In the
presence of the American and British
military attaches or In the company of
Mr. Cowan or Mr. Villlers. -
This may be warfare, but It Is the
warfare of savages. It takes more than
one generation to civilize a people.
The Field Marshal and all Ills generals
were aware that the massacre was being
continued day after day.
Before the taking of Port Arthur
nothing occurred to cast a stain on the
name of Japan. .
JAMES CREELMAN.
RICHARD NEWELL, JR., SHOT.
Miner Kills the Chief Engineer of
n Ilii II road.
CRIPPLE CREKK. Col., Dec. 20
Rlchard Newell, jr., chief engineer of the
Midland Terminus Railroad, was shot
and Instantly killed yesterday by a
miner named Van Houghton. The trag
edy wis the result of a dispute over
right of way, as the railroad Newell was
bull ling crossed the miner's claim.
Nenul nns a nephew of the late John
Newell, President of the Lke Shore and
Michigan Southern Railway,
Ulnae nt liny Ittdse.
Tbe hindiome residence of John McKar, on
?eentlrtli ttrftt, between Ntrrowi Avenue and
Shore rout. Day ltldze, end eererel Nbouund
dotlart north of furniture were dettroyed br
ftre kt an early hour thli morning- Mr. McKay
and hts family had to flee from the bulldtoi n
their nlA-htelothea. The 'hoiiae waa VAlueJ At
JIOOOO And the rontenta At JS WO
a
Mr. Itronar tu lip Mnn-I'nrtlann.
It la reported thAl MAyor Strong will apptlnt
one Kepubllcan and one Demorrat aa Clommla-
alonera of Acrounta RaMa)or Grace wanu Ool.
Pltobert Drier Monroe to be the Demoirat aetected
Marvelle W Cooper la the likely Republican.
si
Will Proles! Rillnsl This Ituiul.
ftntmaiter Diyton ra.iel on Major Qllroy to.
day to make arrangemente for a hearing to ro
l lent aicalnat the prnpoie I extemton ot the Jorty
egronl Ktreet, Manhattanvtlte and Ht Nlch)laa
aveiLe railroad through West Right) -alath a reet
Ihey (till be lirartt lie. St.
Tell Your Wife
that for a three-dollar Christmas
Present you want a copy of
noodftln Im.pro-.eiI DookVeeplng And nui-JntM
' Minus.1 berauM thin book -will iTiok ' you how
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n4 how to Improeff your iyteni of bookkeeping to
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substantial Incrcane fn our aafary for next year
I credit your book with havlrlf elTecteJ an In
create In m aa ary from I& $0 to $137 50 a. i
montha clear gain of $870 00 a year on that In
vestment of S3 09" L R TAUKI It, bookkeeper
fir MllUm Axer A Company, cotton buyer. Urea
ham, Tex , July lw 193
If you do not underetanJ bookkeeping, you ran
learn from CM book within from tu tu four
week without the astlatan-. of a t either
(JUAItANTEEI) T
tn short, thla book U at oiue th hanJaotneit
anj moat nnefut three-dollar preeent you could re
telie from your wifeor from anytJy eltil
If you have nj lie thla bok will prove to be
the next bet helpmate you could hare. U will
be sent on approval to any addreti In the city at
any hour named between 9AM and 4 P. M ,
or 'a descriptive4, pampnlet will be sent upon ap
plication. Call npon or addreea J If UOODWIN.
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4 I I 1 I I . I IIIH I I
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72 West 23d St, Jast East 6th Ate.
GENTLEMEN'S
SLIPPERS
von
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
Full Assortment at Bottom Prices.
Ladies' Fancy Slippers
AT
$2.00.
This is a special price. Samo goods
wcro formerly $4.00.
Special Sale of
LADIES' WALKING BOOTS
AT
$3J50.
All kinds of -Shoes made to order at
very short noliee.
DIIDT'C)72 West 234 St., New Yorl
D U it I o Fulton andtfayt sis., Brooklyn
NEW CANADIAN CABINET.
The mnr (u lie tiilimlttnl hi
' lltmrrll Tn-Un.
OTTAWA Ont , Dec. M The follow
ing are the names whlctvilr. Mackenzie
Howell to 111 submit to-day to th Governor-General
for the-new Cabinet:
Uonell, rremltr nl l'renldent ot tbe Council:
Poster, Mlnlater;nf the Klnanre, CfMtlcan, .Mln -ter
ot Marine and Klahrrlea, Sir Adolpne Caron
roeunaeteMleneral, Elr Charlea Tupper. Mlnlatrr
of Juatlte. HaKaart, Mlnlater of llalla)e,
Otllmet. Mltlleler at Public Works, Ivea Minister
of Trade and Conitnrrre Angtrs, Minister of AktI
culture, luly Minister (,r Jnttrlor latterson.
Minister tf Mllllla, lilrke), Hrrrrtary ut Htalet
furran. Hollcltnr (lenerali W,lliif. Comptroller trf
rustoms. Wood Oomptroller en Island llevenue
Blr 1'rank fcnlth. Sir Jo"..- f-rlln Hmaliir Per
min an I II Montaitue oil) be Ministers wllhout
jiortfollx
si m
HIGH GRADE AND LOW PRICES
llollilny llnritiiliiBi Attrni'lhiit thr
ln hi If Ml II. V. I'rsxrr'p. Mtorrsj.
No matter how hlKh'.y ornamentej the
holiday shot) wlndowH may he,, the
ereateHt nttrautlon foi the nubile this
eur Is a Kenulne bargain The Btoren
of l'ugene 1 I'ejscr, at J83 llroadway
ami 12.1-li'i Fultnn Ktreet, abound In
these, and eery one knows that It is
no experiment to purchase Roods there.
"Once a customer, ulwun n custolner"
I Im the motto that Is fully realized at
thee Rtore, for of the crond of buyers
a Urxe proportion have been ho often
there before that they are well known.
Among the substantial attractions
now offered are silk umbrellas at SI. 89,
tight-rollers, slik. serge, &c; walking
stick style at fM8, tine silk; same style,
mounted In sller, J2 98 A superb line
of satin suspenders, regular tl tnil (I W
(Trades, at 29c. for plain and 39c. em
broidered. In neckwear 'the regular
tl quality goods are offered at 42c, and
II 50 grade at 85c.
A superior line of high-grade suits and
overcoats are also offered at figures to
suit the most exacting. V
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DECKER
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"Aiuituicsi In Tone.
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Perfect in' Worlmannhip.
Largest Assortment.
Sold, Rented and Exchanged.
Lowest Prices qu vlity con
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New Uprights from $450 op.
Great Variety of Slightly Used
PIANOS
In SO atyfA, Oram! oiul Ipriolit, frniAMji
imttuf, oat, a$ ttwnfeat and oHrr cwa,
DECKER BUIUDG, Union Square, W.
SAVE (JO PER CENtf. ON
HOLIDAY GOODS
in IlKAI.IMl WITH let.
RrerrthlOK In our atoro marked cheaper than
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A few Illustrations! Rterllni Sllter Heart
Ilroorhes. ltc j Initial Umbrella Taa 17c;
Manlcurs riecea, 35 0. and 6(0 ! Plllfree BaII Hat
Pins, 3c
) Hit AT NAI.K P WATfiltN.
Our Tlmeplecea art all warranted and retailed
at the very lowest poaalble margin on European
roaL ladlre, Gentlemen a and llora' Nlrk.l
Watches, Ills three la fcterllng Mirer, 2 4.1:
three aires Illark Steel, a 11; three alaea Rolled
Hold. : Solid Gold, 1 1 Special Importa
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FICKK TO ALL.
A. F. JAMMES,
tl.ll) IIHOAIIWAV.
VAN COH'S INSANE UNCLE.
lie Ulrd on IVnrd'ei Inland and Was
TnUru tu thr Miiru-ur.
There Is a question as to the IJentlty
of Thomas G Van Cott, an old man
who died In the Asjlum for the Insane
at Wurd's Island, on Tuesday,
Tho .Morgue records gle Van Cott'n
former resilience as 'M Hast Fifteenth
ntreet. At that number the maid who
answered the 'bell sal J tho deceased man
was an uncle ot ox-Postmaster Corne
lius Van Cott. He had been Insate for
three jettrs, It Watl stated, and on Dec.
id was remood to the Ward's Island
utuHint.
After halnK laid In the Morgue as the
body of an Insane pauper, van Cott's
bony was tuken to thu residence of his
widow, from which) plaue tbe funeral
was held this morning
Cornelius Van Cott was too busv to
see teporlcrs this morning at his office.
In the National l'utk Hank, but In reply
to a note asking for Information about
Thomus Van Cott, he sertt back the fol
lowing answer:
" I don't know anything about the
case und hae no Information to gie."
Mr. Van Cott's son also pleaded Igno
rance, but atlded that his father knew
all about " that old man."
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Auction Sales. j Auction Sale. ' -''''alW
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DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, t., 1
and numeroiis other miscellaneous foods, hy orrler of M. RtUONel . V . sHB
floods on KMIIHITION Alter u A. M. Hals of DIAMONDS twfhis at 13 DsaJB. t'H
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or OE-NVING XI.ECXaTUO BaUfflatj, 9
tBK9QIwKE9RKMw imBaI
ia 'j-yiT&S ' f "
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Laias Baca, all Stomach sad Kldaar csjaMlaiaZ raB
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hm snrthlni els has fallad. Tks 'afisjAl jH
from thla txtt ar. tba auu u treaa tks) kaiaf H
phraieiana battarlra and rou lssuaiii'IMl tBB
tlsAsAnc srsrm. milaratlnlBct siawa aapllaaV -
un't b dacclsad br, ao-cajlad .SlACUTI MUtt 'H
yon cannot met, tha cumkt,'3inHJ .mVF' "fl
lsaa. Dr. Sandan'A s tha onlr nsirlas n tMa MM
rltr. PIaam call and tsat, or a lor sxyaAAMSafV Mt
book. fr by malL h r i -.l H
WEAK MRN. call And a It llllllM . M
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ssArraat to euro. Sand tor eoctat rdMJaii M'aa7UI9S
SAndan'a ror4lcAt srork, "Thras CtAaaaa off Ssav'ZH
Ptm. sratad. br malL Brarr rastaav "th-mm'3!MM
or old man anfffrlnc from tn sllglitasl vaAJMaKsMBBJ
Dr. Sanden's, 826 Brtlwiy,.TS
Cor. lth at. OflosHoursi t: tsalsn sWWJuB
Lartsst ElsctrtJ Bait AUnsfACtnsr fa sM,1Mlaj9H
deaths. H$:dm
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BABBITT, widow ot Benjamin T,'BAbttt. lsfB
the ntti mr Pi ear aie. wVv '"fiB
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