Dcm o gov contrary oul literary cus tho us a ehoulc TUB OALVKSTOS COJ^ECTOKSIIII 1 . Both Messrs. Alills aud Coke aro for Fit)lay of Galveston for collector at that port. Mr. Greshnin, who reprcannta that district, is opposed opposed to him.. In Homo cases t,!;c rule has been laid down among the Toxrm-i that no niun who is obnoxious to tho rcprufentntivo the district in which such person lives will appointed. Thin rule, if applied ull through, would prevent jyiulay from getting tho phicu. Thnnusain Mr. (irosham wants Mr. W h Mr. Coky considers Iiim an enorny, r^*id thu-j goes. The clFort to get the pre-snt iur-um- bonti of ttio ollico of collector of Gulvostou aiovi;d cun hut'iliy pro.spor under Lho-io cir- cuinstuncca. In fact, it looks as if Mr. would have plenty of time to serve out his torm before tho Texuns can agree on a to succeed him. W I L L CONSULT CUr.Iir.HSON.