Revenue Cutter Service
of which to in tho for and thirteen in the steerage. Captain J. M. Sirnms, late commander of the revenue, cutter Pcnrose, xvho has been stationed at Galveston for some pust, xvill leave to-morroxx- to accept a responsible position in the service. Captain Smims and his family have been in Galveston for tovernl years, and their departure win be sincerely regretted by a host of admiring friends. Mr.-. Sininis is a most estimable lady, and her presence will be in suc-iety, xx-hile little Florence, their daughter, a beautiful and most promising child, leaves Galvestou to some day adorn other circles of society in xvhieh she may- bud into beautiful xvomanhood. Real Estate Transfers.