the the THE OALVKBTON. The Ryvenu* Cutter Returns From Par- tk-lpatliiK lu the New C.'letuiB Carnival. The United fttatf* revenue cutter Galveston Galveston re'cum vd Saturday from Njew Orleans, Orleans, where It took A L-adlng part In the Mavdl Gras festival. It wua known aa royal ytioht, and waÂ» fiuppoued to have come from Stamboul, or some .far-away country, with his luajtsty. Rex, and his royal-household. CapUln Clarke, the corn-- 'mander of the cutter, wui lant year the duke of Qalveston by his majesty, a second time was the jewei of rank conferred upon him. The cutter was hung w i t h nags of all nations, and when steamed up the river, escorted by a flotilla of twenty or more tugs, each In galla attire attire and rending the air with their Â»tcam whistles, the sight wa* Inspiring and the sound car-splitting. Commander Clarke and lieutenant Brian occupied a carriage In the parade, and all the officers of the boat were the recipient of much social attention attention during their sojourn in the Crescent Crescent city. Tho cutter left New Orleans on her return return Wednesday morning, but dropped Into Sabine on account of the weather. .Lieutenant L.-andry having been assigned to .duty at Detroit us Inspector of life saving saving stiitlons, Lieutenant Fred Dodge has been ordered to report for duty on the enue cutter Galvcstun. Lieutenant Dodg hay served four years on the revenue cutter Bear on the Pacific coast.