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Not this time! / Dalrymple.

Not this time! / Dalrymple.

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Print shows President Cleveland at the helm of the "Ship of State", it's sails labeled "Honest Pensions, Wilson Tariff Bill, Sound Financial Policy, Adherence to the Traditional Policy of Non-Interference", [and] Economic Government", as it sails past the "Rocks of Disaster" upon which are the remains of a shipwreck labeled "Sherman Silver Law, McKinley Bill, Fraudulent Pensions, [and] Jingoism" and a group of marooned sailors labeled "McKinley, Lodge, Tom Reed, [and] Quay", also present are Benjamin Harrison, Whitelaw Reid, George F. Hoar, and William E. Chandler.
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Caption: The political wreckers see their hopes again indefinately postponed.
Illus. from Puck, v. 37, no. 939, (1895 March 6), centerfold.
Copyright 1895 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.





Dalrymple, Louis, 1866-1905, artist


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