Clipped From Los Angeles Herald
province of Ciudad destroyed. Whalers Massacred. San Francisco, Oct. 26.—Louis Duffy, a fireman on board the steam whaler Grampus, has arrived here from Ounalaska Ounalaska on the Mohican, and brings confirmation confirmation of the news that the Grampus's Grampus's crew were massacred by natives. Duffy eavs he deserted the Grampus at Port Clearance, July 4,1890, on account of ill-treatment. 'Duffy spent nine months among the natives at Cape Prince of Wales, and saye three natives from Point Barrow related how the crew of the Grampus had abused native women while the ship was fast in the ice at the mouth of the Mackenzie river. The hußbands and friends of the women attacked the ship-killing all but a few on board, and took complete possession of the vessel. Denlcke Retired. San Francisco, Oct. 26.—E.A.Denicke has retired from the management of the syndicate of San Francisco breweries, limited, on account of ill health, and has been succeeded temporarily by C. B. Stone.