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Descente dans les ateliers de la liberté de la presse / J.J. Grandv. et A. Dt. ; l. de Becquet, rue furstemberg 6.
Mistress Columbia, who has been taking a nap, suddenly wakes up and calls her noisy scholars to order / J.M.L.
The draft - an exempt - abundant disqualification
Uncle Sam, "Go ahead, boys, I'll take care of the wives and babies - God bless you!" / J.M.
[Page of advertisements, with cartoon "winning and wearing", showing man asking to buy a Copperhead badge, from shopkeeper, who hits him]
The copperhead party - in favor of a vigorous prosecution of peace!
The food question down south
Very probable / TJ.
The return home
Mending the family kettle
We accept the situation / Th. Nast.
The new era / V.F.
Highly probable mistake at the forthcoming Paris Exhibition, (where it is understood the aboriginal element is to be largely represented) / JG (?).
Our artist, while painting his grand picture, "Sunset on the prairies," is surprised by some Camanches [sic], who find his paint very convenient--our artist makes tracks for the setting sun
This little boy would persist in handling books above his capacity And this was the disastrous result.
Troubles of member of Congress
What a fall was there, my countrymen! / Th. Nast.
It is a bad rule that don't work both ways / Th. Nast.
The local machine
It is only a truce to regain power ("playing possum") / Th. Nast.
The apple of discord at the Geneva tribunal / Th. Nast.
Banking & broking
Oh you kid!
That dinosaur egg-- "strictly fresh" (or nearly so)
Latest from the front--our friends the mosquitos preparing and off for the summer campaign / / F.S. Church. An old melody revived / W.H. Shelton
The American juggernaut Everything noble, patriotic, and progressive is crushed beneath the remorseless tread of that mammoth monster of corruption, cruelty, and fraud, the vampire rings of capital / / Matt Morgan.
Graphic statues, no. 17 "the woman who dared" / / Th. W.
Colored rule in a reconstructed(?) state / Th. Nast.
A new thump of the gavel A scene in the House of Representatives ; The various "little games" illustrated ; Columbia enters the pandemonium and attempts to restore order ; Something for Americans and their representatives to study over / / J.A. Wales.
Laying the corner stone at Vicksburg / J.A. Wales.
Grant's last outrage in Louisiana / J. Keppler.
"News" in Washington / Th. Nast.
An Experiment worth trying / / Th. Nast. Inflation bridge of (sighs) size / Geo. Colt
In memoriam--our civil service as it was / Th. Nast.
[Tightening the grip]
Puck's advice gratis to some editorial shriekers for Grant Don't forget your "Man on Horseback" - but your man on foot has too many curs at his heels / / J. Keppler.
America for the Red Man. The most practical way of solving the Indian question / / Th. Nast. Father Winter placing obstructions on the track / Bellew
Making white men "good" / Th. Nast.
Repeating rifles. Savage Ute:--"We want no improvements but this! / Bisbee.
On the stool of repentance. Sitting Bull:--"Oh! if I could only be with the Utes!" / [Bisb]ee.
The (Indians) Interior Department coming to its senses ; We are strong in conceit / Th. Nast.
An unexpected blow / J. Keppler.
Loafers and laborers. Uncle Sam--(At the end of his patience and his territory) "Now, durn your pesky copper skins, you've got to work or jump!"
The modern wandering Jew / J. Keppler.
The Appomattox of the third termers - unconditional surrender / J. Keppler.
Two campaign hustlers from way back, Booze & Boodle
Cartoon showing Ulysses S. Grant, as an acrobat, on trapeze "third term," holding on to "whiskey ring" and "Navy ring," with strap "corruption" in his mouth, holding up other acrobats, Shepard, George M. Robeson, William W. Belknap, Murphy, Williams, and Orville E. Babcock / J. Keppler.
Our Indian policy--a house of cards / J. Keppler.
A Soldier's lot is not a happy one / Th. Nast.
The anti-Chinese wall--The American wall goes up as the Chinese original goes down / F. Grätz.
[England's nightmare. The Great Britain Gulliver overpowered and made helpless by French pygmies while asleep]
A sop to Cerberus / Gillam.
Which color is to be tabooed next? / Th. Nast.
"When the Spring-time comes, gentle"--Indian! Polygamous barbarian: "Much guns, much ammunition much whiskey, and much kill pale-face."/ / Th. Nast. Exiles from Russia--their first day in New York / from a sketch by S.F. Yeager
This time I'll cook my goose for sure
No longer a welcome visitor
An independent victory / Th. Nast.
Bro. Jonathan--low bridge mister!
Out in the cold / H.
Sam [...], beware of the Wellers!
Hunting the lion in Africa & elsewhere
["Tammany Hall is going to the inauguration." News. They can't help themselves]
[An important arrest]
The discomfiture of Abraham
An important arrest
New use for our minister to Turkey
The Usual Summer eruption / Th. Nast.
"Speak out" N.Y. Herald
A new cause for trouble
[Two illustrations, one depicting couple lounging in front of fire place, another depicting Native Americans dancing or performing a ceremony and carrying weapons, one drinks from a bottle]
Our search for the temple of Kurium
[Winter at last]
A harmless pastime--
Overload Congress-- there's room for everything but that
Some of the delights in store for the would-be builder
[An exacting housekeeper]
More American than Americans themselves
Another profession open to honest industry
David Fitz-David: this rock shall fly from its firm base as soon as I (and Cy)
A hopeless undertaking / F. Opper ; J. Ottmann Lith., Puck Building, N.Y.
Uncle Sam presents his return quota of "assisted" immigrants
Little but ambitious party: if they had only let him alone, I would have done for him
Where the Big Bostonian would be extremely useful--as "bouncer"-in-waiting at the White House
The returned prodigal shows signs of relapse : Old Observer (who has several other aliases)--"what is the fatted calf to a party that has eaten husks for twenty years. Give him the whole herd"
Washington cook (to mistress in the hall)--"Shure, ye can't come in. We've gone into executive session, and we're cookin up something to surprise ye"
The good St. Ingersoll calling the banished snakes back to the national boots
The consumer consumed / W.A. Rogers.
An experienced performer : Ring-master Platt--Now Chauncey, have you ever had any experience with an elephant before, sir? Clown-- No, sir, but I had a great deal of experience with a mule once
Splitting the ticket to make it straight
Mr. McKinley presents a counter attraction to his "all wool" suit of clothing
Not as heavy as Grover, perhaps, but then I have more lemons / Nelan.
The difference between trimming a hedge and cutting it down Uncle Sam, "Now don't come around tellin' me that story about cuttin' down the hedge and bein' eat up by the free-trade b'ars" / / W.A. Rogers.
"Goods will be so much cheaper"--Democratic argument. But what will become of all the American industries? / Victor.
A question of labor. : This question is from first to last, from the beginning to the end, from skin to core and from core to skin again, a question of labor--James G. Blaine
You may break, you may shatter his name if you will; the administration will cling to him still
Working the president