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Presidential campaign of 1864. Union Congressional Executive Committee.

[James Blaine with "As speaker" and "R.R. jobs" letters sticking out of his back pocket and reaching for "the Mulligan letters" over "Blaine's record" hat]

James G. Blaine / Photo-gravure, Co. N.Y.

Washington, D.C.--The attack on the President's life--Scene in the ladies' room of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot--The arrest of the assassin / from sketches by our special artist's [sic] A. Berghaus and C. Upham.

Garfield's bond of friendship for the unfriendly senators / SC.

The hoaxer hoaxed / J.A. Wales.

Puck's pyrotechnics - Fourth-of-July fireworks free to all / Opper & Co.

Rushing the season / J. Keppler.

Decoration-day, 1883 / Gillam.

"Evacuation day" March 4th, 1885 - a Democratic dream / Gillam.

Overtraining young horses / Gillam.

Rip Van Winkle's return / Gillam.

The political Sam'ls of Posen / Gillam.

Let the political army have new drums also! / Gillam.

Nursing our infant industries / F. Graetz.

Anything for popularity! / J. Keppler.

A weak combination suspension bridge / F. Graetz.

Our national dog-show / Gillam.

The true meaning of Republican harmony / Gillam.

The grand opening march over the Brooklyn Bridge / F. Opper.

"Me and Jack" / Gillam after a popular print.

"What are the wild waves saying, sister?" / Gillam.

The receiving-vault of the Republican politicians who defied public morality / Gillam.

The magnetic bunco-steerer and his confederate / Gillam.

"Love's labor's lost" / Gillam.

The honor of the country in danger / Gillam.

Strange, but true / F. Opper.

The Presidential recruiting-office / Gillam.

A lenten dream / J. Keppler.

Thanksgiving day, 1884 - "let us be thankful!" / Gillam.

One thing he can not shake off / Gillam.

Let's talk about the weather

He can't beat his own record / J. Keppler.

Blaine's letter of acceptance / F. Opper.

We claim everything - me & Jack / Gillam.

"The Germans supported me nobly" --J.G. Blaine / F. Opper.

"Stop thief!" / Gillam.

Blundering in a perilous position / Gillam.

Building the ark / Gillam.

The only source from which he gets absolution / J. Keppler.

"Blaine will be vindicated in November" --N.Y. Tribune / Gillam.

The contest of beauty / J. Keppler.

The end of the republican party After "The Destruction of Jerusalem" by Kaulbach.

The national dime-museum - will be run during the presidential campaign / Gillam.

Bro. Jonathan--low bridge mister!

[James Gillespie Blaine, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front]

His boasted magnetism - and the kind of metal it attracts / Gillam.

The false "friend of the workingman" / J. Keppler.

A preliminary set-to / Gillam.

Out of the frying-pan into the fire / Gillam.

Bottom's dream

Blaine O'Maine / J. Keppler.

More than she can carry / J. Keppler.

Helping the rascals in - a burglarious scheme that may be suddenly spoiled / J. Keppler.

The pyrrhic victory of the Mulligan guards in Maine / J. Keppler.

A hard pull / J. Keppler.

Spoiling their calculations / J. Keppler.

"The Mulligan guard lies, but - surrenders" / J. Keppler.

The political Courtney / Gillam.

Delilah Randall betrays the democratic Samson / Gillam.

Tantalus / J. Keppler.

Leap-year / J. Keppler.

The writing on the wall / J. Keppler.

The olympus of corruption - "Apollo strikes the lyre and charms the gods" / Gillam.

[James G. Blaine, half-length studio portrait, sitting, facing slightly right] / Brady, Washington, D.C.

John Roach's little miscalculation / J. Keppler.

The four Rips; or, twenty years behind the age / Gillam.

"The sleeping party" / Gillam.

They saw their "Flying Dutchman" - it crossed their path, and they were lost / Gillam.

The resistless march of reform - the "hostiles" must go! / F. Opper.

The great national fishing match / the result

Gulliver-Cleveland takes possession of the enemy's fleet and deprives them of their strength / Gillam.

They will have to come to it / Gillam.

Mr. Hill tries it on / Gillam.

The bugaboo of congress / Gillam.

The opium-joint of the Republican "irreconcilables" -- a cheap way of being happy / Zimmerman.

A great past and a pitiful present / Gillam.

Peace, and the good will of all men / Gillam.

Two political paths / J. Keppler.

Puck's notion of the kind of fancy-dress charity ball that would be a real, solid financial success / J. Keppler.

"The soul of Blaine" still on the rampage / Gillam.

Too far gone, John!--That balloon will never rise again / Zimmerman.

Puck's political hunting-ground -- how he has made game of the politicians / J. Keppler '85.

Harmony and envy / K. after Garnier's "Jour de Fête."

The new leader and the old chorus / Gillam.

Illustrated political chart, a cartoon of American politics and the Tapeworm Party

[President Benjamin Harrison with James G. Blaine, Secretary of State, Henry Cabot Lodge, and group of other people posed, possibly on the forward deck of the Frenchman's Bay steamer Sappho, with several men of the Bar Harbor Band, Maine(?)]

The raven / J. Keppler.

Home of Hon. James G. Blaine, Augusta, Me.

Villa of James G. Blaine, Bar Harbor, Mt. [i.e. Mount] Desert Island, Me.

Jack Blaise [i.e., Blaine] res., 16 & [...]

Blaine house, 20 & P NW, [Washington, D.C.]

Blaine house, 20 & P NW, [Washington, D.C.]

Phryne before the Chicago tribunal / Gillam, with apologies to J.L. Gerome.

Phryne before the Chicago tribunal / Gillam, with apologies to J.L. Gerome.

For president James G. Blaine, of Maine - for vice president John A. Logan, of Illinois

For president James G. Blaine, of Maine - for vice president John A. Logan, of Illinois

Drink to your favorites / J.A. Wales.

Drink to your favorites / J.A. Wales.

The wish that we launch upon the New Year : it will be the proudest thing afloat

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