[Cartoon showing Uncle Sam and General McClellan standing before a playbill which reads: Every day this week onward to Richmond by a select company of star generals]
Also shows Abraham Lincoln standing behind General Scott and next to Edwin M. Stanton, inscribed over them: War Department.
Cartoon shows Uncle Sam waving Union troops off to Virginia, telling them that he will take care of the women and children who are gathered around him, as well as two large bags labeled "gold."
Death on economy. U.S. "I suppose I must spend a little on life-saving service, life-boat stations, life-boats, surf-boats, etc.; but it is too bad to be obliged to waste so much money" / Th. Nast.
Cartoon showing Uncle Sam looking at drowned bodies and shipwrecked Huron.
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.
Cupid standing by Uncle Sam, who is seated on steps, next to an equestrian statue of Ulysses S. Grant, Grant walking, followed by George M. Robeson, Murphy, Orville E. Babcock, William W. Belknap, Shepherd, Wil... more
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!"
Uncle Sam standing over Indians at edge of cliff, with workers behind him.
Print shows Uncle Sam sitting at a table outside an "Indian Store" with Natives and government agents gathered around; he was constructing a house of cards labeled "Indian Policy" until the government agents an... more
Cartoon showing Uncle Sam seated at table with cards labelled "Indian policy," which had been stacked up, being blown down by white men as Indians look on.
Print shows Uncle Sam standing at the head of a table at a dinner party in honor of the "Bi-Centennial Celebration of the First German Settlement", with Columbia sitting next to him; around the table are a "Spa... more
Illustration shows the lobby of the U.S. Hotel with Uncle Sam and Puck behind the front desk on the left, at center is Chester A. Arthur as the "U.S. Hotel Presidential Bouncer" who is clearing the lobby of agi... more
Print shows the interior of a barn crowded with horses and even more trying to get in, on the left, in the back, they are George M. Robeson, George F. Hoar, Rutherford B. Hayes, William Mahone, and Thomas C. Pl... more
Illustration shows a circus performance under the big top with Uncle Sam as ringmaster for a show with a bucking bronco or donkey labeled "Tariff Question"; the donkey has already thrown one man labeled "Democr... more
The World's International and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, La., open from Dec. 1st 1884 to May 31st 1885 / J. Keppler.
Illustration shows Uncle Sam and Liberty greeting a group of women labeled "Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, Peru, La Plata, Chili, Hayti, [and] Ecuador" to the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition in New O... more
Illustration shows Uncle Sam and Dame Democracy riding in a horse-drawn carriage through a forest where 21 or 22 faces of presidential hopefuls can be seen in the trees, rocks, and grasses, and have spooked the... more
Illustration shows Uncle Sam seated at a table in front of "Uncle Sam's Inter-State Market" with a businessman labeled "Northern Capital" on the right and an agricultural producer labeled "Southern Goods - Cott... more
Illustration shows Uncle Sam and a female figure identified as Liberty strolling through a park among trees labeled "Equal Rights, Free Press, Free Schools, Free Speech, Free Ballot, Constitution, [and] Religio... more
Illustration shows an old hag labeled "Tradition" sitting in a chair labeled "Justice" and holding a large balance scale labeled "LAW" with ten men on the right and one smug man labeled "Stubbornness, Ignorance... more
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"
Man standing next to Uncle Sam, possibly Grover Cleveland; man in center wrapped in tiger skin; two men at left wrapped in newspapers, "The Sun" and "Louisville Courier-Journal."
Cartoon showing Uncle Sam as "U.S. Customs" in front of imported goods counter and man as "monopoly" standing in front of domestic goods counter holding out their hands for money from "consumer".
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.
Political cartoon showing Thomas Brackett Reed as a boy, crying to Uncle Sam, with another boy pulling small wagon "pig iron, Kelley," while President Grover Cleveland trims "tariff, the protection hedge" to re... more
The American usurper assumes the diadem and purple The leaders of the rabble clamouring for the slavery of the Middle Ages.
Print showing Uncle Sam with sword standing on the left with figures from American History and the U.S. Capitol behind him, and a man wearing a feathered crown and ermine robe, with one foot on the Declaration ... more
Uncle Sam pulling woman, "business interests" out of body of water "Sherman Silver Purchase Act", using rope "public opinion" over rock "repeal of the Sherman Law by the 53rd Congress."
Print shows Uncle Sam using a pitchfork to pile up money labeled "$160,000,000.00 Yearly" as food for an elephant labeled "U.S. White Elephant" wearing a military hat labeled "Pensions".
Print shows Uncle Sam reclining in a chair with his feet resting on a foot stool, on a table next to him are medications labeled "Tariff Reform Tonic" and "Repeal of Sherman Silver Law Elixir", on the floor nex... more
Print shows a vignette cartoon with Uncle Sam sitting in a chair, enjoying a good cigar and the latest issue of PUCK magazine; the surrounding vignettes, feature PUCK characters who are thankful that, despite s... more
Print shows Uncle Sam sitting on a bench with a young woman wearing a coat labeled "Wilson Bill" and a hat labeled "Tariff Reform"; she is holding a bull dog on her lap that is wearing a collar labeled "Income Tax".
Print shows William McKinley holding an axe behind his back labeled "McKinley Act" and pointing to a cherry tree labeled "American Industries" that has been chopped down; he tells Uncle Sam that Grover Cleveland did it.
Print shows Uncle Sam as an American farmer trying to sell his products labeled "Pork, Wheat, Butter, Beef, Oats", and corn overseas where there is stiff "Open Competition" at the "Market of the World" represen... more
Print shows waves of veterans marching through a memorial arch on "Decoration Day", carrying banners that state "We will continue to save the country, so long as there is a dollar in the Treasury" and "Army of... more
Print shows Uncle Sam comforting a crying female figure labeled "Cuba", as two men with broken swords labeled "Insurgent" and "Spaniard" take a break from fighting.