civilization f arras And and the of the They of this government keeping a semi- and and to will and on following: public *rom and private in of the from donation the Th9 bad to to sustain Tbe Times also remarks: Malloy baa kissed bis hand to the public and 1 made bis exit. He was tbe collector at Gal.vei- ton and a leader of Republican conventions of. Texas. - Sir. Sweeney takes his place, aud it Mr. Swf eney Is the right kind of a Democrat, who got his office because to tho triumphant belong tbe swag, he will follow cp the principle principle in selecting assistant*. Tbe Boueton Age says the Austin Statesman correctly thinks there U no reason for au extra extra cession of the legislature. Tbe .Age holds fast to the old King James edition. It Bays: Uncle Daniel has never read the "revised," and does' not propose to. Tho Bible of hie fathers ie good enough. Perhaps be has not read tbe New Testament of Lew. Wallace, either. Lew gives a highly- colored version of the advent of the Savior. The Dentoc Monitor speaks as one uaviug authority, and indicates ite authority, as follows: follows: Lost March the Monitor stated that C. C. Sweeney wculd be appointed collector at the port of Galveston, the congressloual pool, r.om- poted of eleven congressmen and two senators, having so recommended. THE GALVKSTOX KKWS replied that tho Monitor seemed to speak from the card, but in view of the people's Indorsement of another man, backed by tbo press of the State, it might be mistaken. answered that iioxey was the aivtbor of tbe pool an-d its chairman, and that uo mau uad ever been appointed over its recommendation, and never would be, the people aud press to the contrary notwithstanding. Mr. Sweeney pot hip appointment laft Thursday. Wha'j does the press think of the pool now?" Can broken? Tbe Brenham Banner has it this way: Mr. Charles C. Sweeney has bscu appointed collector of customs at Galrestou. Mr. W. H. Kicbols, ot Galveston, was an appli:aci for tbe petition and was snore strongly indorsed by the businessmen of Galvestou and flou^ton iban Mr. Sweeney, but it seems that Congressman Congressman Crain had the inside track au-i Sa^li? got bifiman appointed. He also got ^ Otti It. Threlkcid as collector at Indlanolii aivl J. J. Cocke to a like position at Brown$?ilie.