Colletors Malloy & Sweeney

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Colletors Malloy & Sweeney - be Turner, since open ami- if in "be pur- U...
be Turner, since open ami- if in "be pur- U demand. and com- ciisos by a Ho ended, is without been and Other daring trains several'.rains cnu- had wire jurv nrst had the East so and Another at scut S T H I K U I I . been om. out NATIONAL CAPITAL NOTES. TRACY TRYING TO GET SOME He Wishes to Defeat the Confirmation of Reagan and Sweeney--The Arbitration - ' Bill Passed--Minor Matters. Special to The Nows. U'AMiuxc.Tos, April ;j._,Up to this time there has appeared but little opposition the confirmation of the federal officers iu Texas appointed by tho present ndmiulstrn- tioji, except the general ground occupied by the KopublieaT senators in the Issue, tv een the preside at and the Keunto. ure, however, some indications that the Kcp'.'.bUcilus will also raise objections to tho removal of union soldiers to make, places for tho . confederate Democrats, and that there may be opposition to the Peir.ocratic appointees who have pursued this course iu the management of olttces. In this connection thero seems to he something significant in the presoiico here at this time of General Malloy and ColoneUTracy. The hitter has been hero the best part of tho time for more than mojilhpast, and has been mainly conspicuous forlils seclusion. Ho is seldom seen by Texas people, and though he stated that hr was here on business with one oj tliti departments, he has not failed to manifest considerable interest in regard to tho Texas officeholders. Indeed, he has said enouglulo show that is very anxious for tho scalps of Marshal iteagan and Collector Sweeney, and went far as to admit to a prominent Texan objection to their confirmation. Uuuoral Malloy states that ha is here to collect a claim against the government, and denies that lie has any interest in the action of the Senate in these matters, yet there arc circumstantial iiicUlontswhieh indicate that v.-onld not be disfle-ased by any advorsoact. "ii the purl of that body- It is not boliove.il that their inmience can prevent conilrrna- timu:, but it might be well enom;h for ofrtciais conci'mou to prepare for an attack t'roin 1hat quarter. It is said that the Ke.pnblican senators arc favoruh!.e to a plan suggested by Mahone for vMtuproiuisliijf 'the differences ii: regard lo :ases where suspensions wero mnilo. His proposition is that where t w o Republican s.iuators from any Ktate agree that they do not care have papers in any case as precedent to continuation, t.lu- nomination shall be confirmed, in the even! that a nomination shall bo made l o a n otlico in a State represented by IH-mocrutif- senators the llup:ib- Ucau members of the committee to which '.he uoiuir.ii.tiou is referred shall judge whether ininers are produced or not. If papers ajv demanded and refused then mn.iority w i l l refuse to confirm tho nominees. IIr. tieorge ftotily and Judge Uallinger a - r i v e d l u r e to-day on their Boston. Mi.-8ei.ly leaves to-night for Uul- veston and .1 udisc Hiillingur willroiiiaiu tomorrow us the guest of Judge Miller, of Supremo, c'ourt, leaving to-morrow iiight lor A n n Arbor. Mich., to visit his ,;-.n, in at school there. Tho latter, iu conversation with a 3iEw* reporter to-uii; lit,expressed satisfnciion with the result of their mis. siou. !· said tho Gulf, Colorado and Hanta Fe would be extended to the state line, there to coniuH-t with tho Atchison. '.I opi-ka and Santa l-'e. He would not say that a se.le to the latter company had effected, but the impression is that the Texas road will pass into its control. GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. T H E CUSTOMS BILL. , . ' i ·

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 04 Apr 1886, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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