The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 7, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 19, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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SAN AN'OELO TKX. Feb. 19 1002.
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FROM THE POLITICAL 5T0RH
Tho followinc "special" from
Columbus Ohio by ono of the
staff of tho Cleveland Plain .Deal-
er is of moro than ordinary in-
terest and moment showing as
it does tho important place held
by Mayor Tom Johnson in tho
political world and tho possi-
bility if not probability of his
becoming tho next Democratic
nomineo for President-
Candidate for reelection as
mayor of Cleveland in the spring
of 1903; candidate for Rovornor
in tho full of 19011; candidate for
president of tho United States in
tho fall of 1901.
This is tho possible future of
Mayor Tom L. Johnson as tho
political wiseacres down this
way have figurod it out and in
that class aro included his
friends as well as his enemies.
Both agreo that ho will bo
elected for another term" as May-
or hut at that noint the horo-
scopors part company. As tho
hrst named calculate the influ-
ence of stars on human events
and tho destinies of Tom L.
Johnson in particular he is tho
chosoo of tho people to take tuo
successive stops until ho has
reached tho piaco highest in
their gift. The other class of
soothsayers see a conjunction of
tho planets whereby the John-
son star is forced into devious
and uncerta'n ways and eventu-
ally lost to political astronomy
Uo that as it may tho posssi-
bilities that aro spread out be-
fore Tom L. Johnsou in the way
of state and national honors have
caught and hold tho attention of
that class of people who get up
in tho morning to talk politics
and only go to bed at night to
dream of it. No word has os
caped tho tight locked lips of
Cleveland's Mayor that might
mifiit. snrvo thorn as a reasona
ble basis for all this prognostica-
ting but tho fact that it is going
on among men of established as
well as indifferent imputations as
phrophots is significant and at
u.imn timo ovidnntial of the
great change which has been
wrought in the relative status of
tho dominant parties in Ohio in
tho course of a few months.
As Hinted at from time to time
in these dispatches tho Demo-
crats aro pulling themselves out
of tho slough of despondency in
which the repeated defeats cf
tho tmst several years put them
and aro sniffing tho ai r like high
o-.ii.Mnr1 nnlts tinnnncl un for ft
lnnir timo. but finally let out for
a frolic on broad and succulent
pastures. They sootn to possess
iio iflpn that all these fat
their shoulders 'to tho tailboard
of the band wagon ana pusn.
Some havo a notion that it is
Tom L. Johnson's band wagon
they aro pushing along; others
think it is John L. Zimmerman's
of Springfiold and the balance
don't care whose band wagon it
c inof en thov icet it over tho
finish lino in time. But no ono
appears to harbor the suspicion
that John R. McLean is lweiy to
swoop down from some ambusn
and carry it off notwithstanding
his known alliance with Senator
M A. Hanna recently formed at
Washington for the "purpose if
possible ot obstructing and side
tracking Johnson oius in mis
Democrats of all shades ages
and condition of servitude are
pretty nearly a unit in the con
viction that John K. h not a
"dead ouo" is at least a harmless
one and his name is not written
on the now enrollment book.
Noither does it appear among
those who in person or by tele-
graph subscribed to tho fund to
defray tho expenses incidental
to tho rohabiliation of the party
All signs point to tho conclus
ion that tho only candidates for
nomination for Governor at tho
rnmnrriiilr. convention two
years hence will be Tom L
Johnson If ho wants it aud John
L. Zimmerman who undoubted-
ly wants it. Col. Jamos Kil-
bourne who tried for tho nomi
nation and was defeated by Mc
Lean tried again and got it easi
ly hut fnllod to mako ovon a re-
j ... --
spcctablo showing at election is
out of tho running. Ho may bo
nursing a smouldaring ambition
but there is not even a remote
nrobability that he will over be
able to fan it into anything moro
than a spark.
So far as Mr. Johnson is con-
corned if ono may accopt tho
sentiment found here as reflect.
ing the wishes of Democrats in
nllinp nnrtti of tllQ StatO. he
would win in a jog with Mr.
Zimmorman as his opponent.
Tho only quostien is does ho
want tho nomination? Mr. Zim-
merman It is figured would put
on a bold front and make strong
but groundless claims as ho did
in his contest with Kilbourne
last summer but at tho last
mlnulo -duplicate his former
nnrformanco by withdrawing
and seconding tho nomination of
Mr. Johnson. Ho probably
would not refuse to accopt the
socond place on tho ticket if ho
could see any probability of Mr.
.Tnhnson cettius "tho Democratic
nomination for President. That
mi1i lnn.vn him snualv in
trenched in the office of Govern-
or of Ohio with almost a cer
tainty of succeeding himself u
Mr. Johnsou wore sent to Wash-
ncrton for four years.
A great deal of the political
speculating which is now being
indulged in by Ucmorcrats as
woll as Republicans is for tho
nurnoso of "smoking out" Tom
T. .Tnhnson. All want to know
what he wants the iiepuou
cans so they can begin to lay
plans to bring about his confus
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Mustang Liniment. As a Own Uoator It standi at tlio very top.
before it. The committee how
ever declares that it is going to
build up an organization design-
ed to uplift the party and not an
Individual. Thl3 Is the kind of a
cintt nreranizition Mayor John
snn would nrobibly want nac
of him If he concluded to go after
some office within the state.
C. S. Gongwor.
THOUSANDS SENT INTO
Every year a lame number ot
poor sufferer whose lungs are
sore and r.''d with coughs are
urcd to ('.. i J another climate.
But itH is costly anu not umuya
sure- Don t oe an exno
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Consumption will cure you at
home its tne most iujuiwuiu
medicine for Coughs Colds and
all Throat and Lung diseases on
earth. The first dose brings
relief. Astounding cures result
from persistent use. Trial bot-
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Price 50c and $1. Every bottle
The Gallup Saddles
have been on tho market for
nearly a third of a century
and arc growing moro popular
nQ thn vnars uo bv. Our now
catalosrues. showing all latest 1
improvements and newest
ideas in Saddles and Harness
sent free upon application.
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PUEDLO. COLOi B
J S. MILES. Agent. San Angelo
ion. and the Democrats so they
can make up their minds wheth
er they want to give him tho
thing or things he seeks to pos-
sess. There are few men in
either party who believe that
Mr. Johnson isn't after some-
thine Wc hssldas fame as a tax
reformer. Almost to a certain
ty tho speculators will have to
go on believing and speculating
for many weary months as those
who know Mayor Johnson well
hold to a woll grounded suspic
ion that he is not a man to show
his hand or face cards if ho has
one until lie gets goou anu
ready which will be. but a very
short time before thp "call"
comes. Mayor Johnson has
demonstrated in his Cleveland
campaigns that he does not be-
lievo it to bo good policy to make
anything but a mighty short and
a mighty hot campaign.
Further evidence of this will
probably be witnessed in the
campaign for the election of city
and school councumen and a
school director in Cleveland this
spring. It is niceiy nai me
Republican candidates will bo
selected and their campaign won
under way before the Demo-
crats oven name their men. In-
cidentally it m.tv be stated that
the popular vote plan will be
adopted by the Demo
'In connection with this
"smoking out" process which is
going on all sorts of guesses aro
being made as to the "lacttonai
complexion" of the now Demo-
cratic organization committee of
five men. Some say that "Torn
L." controls It and some aay
that he does not. and the latter
point to the fact that a secretary
was not selected at the meeting
held here last Wednesday as
proof of their claim. " Most of
this talk comes from Republican
sources its 'authors hoping to
irritate and cause (to break out
anew the factional sores that
wnro cauterized at the Demo
cratic harmony gathering at tho
Neil House two weeks ago. Tho
secretary was not selected as
originally planned they say be-
cause Mr. Johnson was unable
to foist upon tho committee tho
man he- wanted Ml of which iu
known to be nonse-nso. The only
reason secretary was not select-
ed was because tharo was inot a
man on the committo who could
think of a capalle individual who
would accept the place. There
were plenty of applicants but
If it is true that Mr. Johnson's
friends' ace in cctrol of this
committee and Mr. Johnson is
one of those who denies that
'such is. the case while express
ing tho hope that all its members
are his ftiends it will turn over
to him a State Convention next
spi-ing that will consult his wish
os on all matters that come
Oil And Manufacture.
The question of cheap fuel has
at all times dominated the loca
tion of manufacturing institu-
tions. It was so in tho East
whom fnntnries. released from
tho intermittent thralldom of
water power were established
adjacent to tho coal fields or on
watercourses and points where
coal could be cheaply delivered.
One of tho great drawbacks to
manufacturing in Texas has ooon
the great distance of its metro
politan centers from the coai
mines of tho country. Tno dis
covery of the wonderful oil beds
of Southeast Texas and bouin-
wost Louisiana seems apparent-
ly to havo sohed the problems
involved in a discussion of tho
question. The gradual evolution
of the new industry will mani
fest competent vehicles for
shipment or transmission. Rome
was not built in a day and facili-
ties for tho handling of what
was practically a foreign product
could not be secured by tne mere
pressing of a button os tho sum
moning of the alluring genii oi
nrosrress. At any rate-tae intro
duction of the BcaumottiS oil as a
cheap fuel should stimulate
every latent energy loosen the
rnatv lntchfts of the stronz box
es and give a forward) move-
ment to capital whicb would
make factories of all sorts as
common in the land as they are
conspicious by their absence at
the present time. Literary Bu-
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and Texas Central.
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CASING PUMP PIPE and
and clean out OLD WELLS
also prepared to shoot wells
My business is WELLS
and strictly wells.
Any wanting an old well
cleaned out and mado as
good as new or those want-
ing to drill a new well I
guarantee water in tho well.
J. B. CARTER
Snn AnRulo Texai.
Offico at Austin Spencer's
When pain or Irritation exists on
any part of the body tho application
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three double sets of harness and1
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Tom 8fc Will. Savku
"1 have used Chamberlain's Couah
Iteraedy for a number of years and
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croup I have over utd In my family
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Mich. For sale by The Central
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Health is youth; disease nnd k4cness
bring old age. Price ."0 cents. For
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