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Topic: bryan william jennings

1879
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The silver-tongued ventriloquist and his dummies / F. Opper.

The silver-tongued ventriloquist and his dummies / F. Opper.

Print shows a "Silver Mine Owner" as a "silver-tongued ventriloquist" sitting on a box labeled "16 to 1" on a stage, with William Jennings Bryan as a dummy sitting on his lap, holding papers labeled "Free Silve... more

Shoulder to shoulder / J.S. Pughe.

Shoulder to shoulder / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a diminutive William Jennings Bryan standing on a street before two gigantic men representing labor and business, waving a red flag labeled "Repudiation" and a paper that states "We demand that the ... more

History repeats itself / Dalrymple ; J. Ottman Lith. Co., N.Y.

History repeats itself / Dalrymple ; J. Ottman Lith. Co., N.Y.

Cartoon showing on the left, William J. Bryan holding paper, "We denounce arbitrary interference by federal authorities, in local affairs, as a violation of the Constitution, etc." as he faces Tillman, Altgeld,... more

"Blowing" himself around the country / J. S. Pughe ; Lithograph by J. Ottmann Lith. Co.

"Blowing" himself around the country / J. S. Pughe ; Lithograph by J. ...

Cartoon showing William Jennings Bryan campaigning on back of train.

We despise him for the friends he has made / J.S. Pughe.

We despise him for the friends he has made / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan riding on the shoulders of the "Tammany" Tiger, carrying a banner that states "Repudiation and National Dishonor"; accompanying him are, on the left, John P. "Altgeld" holding... more

The true inwardness of it / K.

The true inwardness of it / K.

Print shows Puck drawing back a curtain to show a "Laborer, Farmer, [and a] Business Man" what is going on behind, with the Bryan campaign's support of the "Silver Trust", as a man shows a paper to a bloated si... more

"Blowing" himself around the country / J.S. Pughe.

"Blowing" himself around the country / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan standing on the back of a railroad caboose using a bellows labeled "16 to 1" to blow paraphrased fragments from speeches at rural citizens as the train passes. Traveling with ... more

Peace jubilee of the American union glee club / K. & J.S.P.

Peace jubilee of the American union glee club / K. & J.S.P.

Print shows Puck conducting a group of singers on a stage as they sing "The Star Spangled Banner"; depicted are "Palmer, Buckner, Johnson, Levering, Watson, Bryan, Sewall, Mrs. Lease, McKinley, [and] Hobart". M... more

A noisy mob; - but the sound money police are closing in on them / Keppler.

A noisy mob; - but the sound money police are closing in on them / Kep...

Print shows William Jennings Bryan being carried in a chair by four men, two are labeled "Tillman" and "J.F. Williams", down a street, behind a group of crazed men labeled "Free Silver, Riot, Repudiation, Popul... more

Well protected / C.J. Taylor.

Well protected / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows William McKinley walking down a street in the neighborhood of "Anarchy Slum" with a tall, well-dressed female figure labeled "Gold Standard" on his arm and two policemen labeled "Palmer" and "Buckne... more

Bryan is the ablest worker for sound money / F. Opper.

Bryan is the ablest worker for sound money / F. Opper.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan standing on one side of a scale, cranking out speeches labeled "Wind, Weak Speech, Cheap Oratory, Boy Talk, Silly Speech, Free Silver Sophistry, Dangerous Propositions, Mercen... more

Buncombe and Boodle / Dalrymple.

Buncombe and Boodle / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as a puppet being manipulated by a well-dressed man sitting on a large money bag labeled "Silver Mining Syndicate" and listing names and dollar amounts, "Hearst $75,000,000, F... more

The wind won't hold out / J.S. Pughe.

The wind won't hold out / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan sitting on the side of the road "to Washington", his bicycle tires going flat; a vignette in the upper left shows Bryan starting his ride to Washington, labeled "How he starte... more

Poor Tammany! / F. Opper.

Poor Tammany! / F. Opper.

Print shows the Tammany Tiger wearing a campaign button that states "16 to 1 Bryan and Sewall", and a watch chain with a "Pawn Ticket" instead of the watch, bemoaning the fact that the Republican Party platform... more

Last ghost-dance of the free silver tribe - just before being sent to the Salt River Reservation / Dalrymple.

Last ghost-dance of the free silver tribe - just before being sent to ...

Print shows a Native encampment of the Democrat/Populist presidential candidate and his followers dancing around a campfire labeled "Repudiation"; depicted are, from left, "Peffer, Jerry Simpson, Teller, Vest, ... more

Put in his place / Dalrymple.

Put in his place / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Bourke Cockran, labeled "Democratic Sound Money League" delivering a speech at Madison Square Garden in New York City, during which he presses down upon the back of William Jennings Bryan wh... more

Political pirates / C.J. Taylor.

Political pirates / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as a pirate on a ship labeled "Popocracy", standing on a barrel, playing a violin, attempting to lure a nearby ship labeled "National Prosperity" close enough so that his band... more

Under one flag / C.J. Taylor.

Under one flag / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan standing on a tree stump labeled "Demagogism" and waving a flag labeled "Repudiation", with an anarchist labeled "Dynamite" holding a "Bomb" and a torch, and standing on paper... more

History repeats itself / Dalrymple.

History repeats itself / Dalrymple.

Print shows, at center, William Jennings Bryan labeled "16 to 1", standing on a platform "Built by Popo. Platform Silver Syndicate", holding up a paper that states "'We Denounce Arbitrary Interference by Federa... more

He did not think so in '92 / Keppler.

He did not think so in '92 / Keppler.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan casting a vote for the nomination of J.B. Weaver, the Populist Party candidate in 1892, instead of the Democratic Party candidate, Grover Cleveland. Bryan supported the "Popul... more

They can't stop it! / J.S. Pughe.

They can't stop it! / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan hanging onto a large wheel labeled "Prosperity" spinning very fast as part of an engine, with James K. Jones attempting to stop the wheel by sticking a piece of lumber into th... more

Bryan's gas

Bryan's gas

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as a soda jerk, standing behind a counter offering a cup of "Boy Oratory" or "Bryan's Free Silver Soda" to a farmer holding a "Vote" in his hand; a sign on the wall behind Bry... more

A down-hill movement / C.J. Taylor.

A down-hill movement / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a wagon labeled "Free Silver" filled with a group of "free silver" supporters identified as "Tillman, Boies, Sheehan, Bland, Blackburn, Bryan, Sewall, Pattison, Sibley, Jones, Geo. Fred Williams, Pe... more

In battle array, - and there's not much doubt about the result / Dalrymple.

In battle array, - and there's not much doubt about the result / Dalry...

Print shows William Jennings Bryan riding a donkey labeled "Popocracy", holding a sword labeled "16 to 1" and a string attached to a small cannon labeled "Boy Orator", at the head of a small army of followers, ... more

The foolish resurrectionists / Keppler.

The foolish resurrectionists / Keppler.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan and James K. Jones digging up a grave labeled "16 [to] 1 Free Silver. Politely executed by a large and enthusiastic body of voters Nov. 1896"; other tombstones in the cemetery... more

Another theory knocked out by a condition / Dalrymple.

Another theory knocked out by a condition / Dalrymple.

Print shows a seesaw labeled "Commerce" with a figure labeled "Wheat" on the low side and a figure with a dime for a head labeled "Silver" on the high end; a hand labeled "Supply and Demand" is pushing down on ... more

Still a donkey

Still a donkey

Print shows the Democratic donkey wearing a harness labeled "Democratic Party" and bandages labeled "Defeat in 1896", "Free Riot Plank", "Bryanism", and "Free Silver", sitting in front of a revolving saw blade ... more

Anything for a scandal / J.S. Pughe.

Anything for a scandal / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows President William McKinley standing at the edge of a mudhole labeled "Slander" and "Abuse", his right hand raised to a "stop" gesture, and he holds a mud-splattered American flag in his left hand. T... more

He'd better cut behind / J.S. Pughe.

He'd better cut behind / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows President McKinley driving a sleigh labeled "Prosperity", drawn by a horse labeled "Administration", and towing two small sleds, one labeled "Defective Currency System" is carrying William Jennings ... more

They can't hold him back / J.S. Pughe.

They can't hold him back / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows an American soldier carrying a rifle and bag labeled "U.S.V.", walking in a tropical location; diminutive figures labeled "Bryan, Ottendorfer, Pulitzer, Atkinson, [and] Godkin" are attempting to hol... more

In a hole; - and no "issue" / J.S.P.

In a hole; - and no "issue" / J.S.P.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as the Democratic Donkey with the bit end of a bridle in his mouth, trying to climb out of a hole constructed of blocks labeled "Aguinaldoism, Anti-Trust, Anti-Imperialism, Fr... more

Sweet dreams / Keppler.

Sweet dreams / Keppler.

Print shows President William McKinley asleep in bed dreaming of William Jennings Bryan riding the Democratic donkey and leading members of the Democratic Party down the path of "Anti-American Foreign Policy", ... more

Our busy old women / J.S. Pughe.

Our busy old women / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a large monument constructed "A.D. 1898" showing statues of President William McKinley labeled "Administration", General William R. Shafter labeled "Army", and Admiral George Dewey labeled "Navy", a... more

He can't hide her / Keppler.

He can't hide her / Keppler.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan standing on his toes on a platform, with his coat spread to the sides, trying to hide a huge female figure labeled "Prosperity" who is pouring money from a cornucopia onto the... more

The writing on the wall / Dalrymple.

The writing on the wall / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan about to take a piece of cheese labeled "Dollar Dinner" from a platter on a dining table when he notices writing on a wall next to the table, it states "Thomas Jefferson was a... more

The cunning Republican scheme / Dalrymple.

The cunning Republican scheme / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as a goose flapping his wings and squawking, perched on a nest with a large egg labeled "Free Silver 16 to 1", at his feet is a bowl of food labeled "Republican Non-Interferen... more

Deserting the old idol / Dalrymple.

Deserting the old idol / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan kneeling on steps labeled "Socialism, Inflation, [and] Paternalism" with his back to a statue of an old man labeled "Populism" sitting in a chair labeled "Free Silver" that is... more

Democracy's plight / J.S. Pughe.

Democracy's plight / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan, John P. Jones, and Arthur P. Gorman mesmerized by a large menacing genie carrying a sword labeled "Free Silver" that has emerged from an oversized urn; George G. Vest has his... more

Bryan's progress / Dalrymple.

Bryan's progress / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan wearing a plumed hat labeled "1900" and riding on a rocking horse labeled "Presidential Aspirations", leading a small army, among whom are William J. Stone, James K. Stone, Ja... more

Our Don Quixote / Dalrymple.

Our Don Quixote / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as Don Quixote, riding the democratic donkey and carrying a broom labeled "Anti-Trust Guff" through a landscape of windmills labeled "Trust".

Opening of the Democratic dime museum for 1900 / J.S. Pughe.

Opening of the Democratic dime museum for 1900 / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows John P. Jones as a barker at a circus sideshow that features "The Gold Bug, The Money Devil, The Injunction Evil [labeled] U.S. Supreme Court, The Boy Wonder [William Jennings Bryan], Educated Wild ... more

An unequal contest; they can find no flaw in his armor / Dalrymple.

An unequal contest; they can find no flaw in his armor / Dalrymple.

Print shows diminutive gladiators labeled "Jones", "J.D. Sayers" with large sword labeled "State Anti-Trust Laws", "Bryan" with large sword labeled "Demagogism", "Hearst", "Pingree", "Hogg of Texas" with sword ... more

They will dine in honor of Jefferson / Keppler.

They will dine in honor of Jefferson / Keppler.

Print shows three men, on the left, David B. Hill labeled "Peanut Politics", at center is Richard Croker wearing a hat labeled "To the Victor Belong the Spoils", and on the right, William Jennings Bryan labeled... more

Bryan's thanksgiving / Dalrymple.

Bryan's thanksgiving / Dalrymple.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan chasing a turkey labeled "Nov. Election"; the tail feathers of the turkey are labeled with the states of the union, Bryan has managed to pull out the one labeled "Nebraska".

"Busted!" / J.S. Pughe.

"Busted!" / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan carrying a "Cross of Gold", a "Crown of Thorns", and a carpetbag labeled "W.J.B. Speeches" as he walks along railroad tracks headed in the opposite direction of Washington, D.... more

The dogs and the moon / Keppler.

The dogs and the moon / Keppler.

Print shows a pack of dogs, with their tails between their legs, howling at a full moon labeled "Prosperity" outside the U.S. Capitol building; the dogs are labeled "Tillman, [?], Vest, Jones, Bryan [his tail t... more

"Who will haul it down?" / Dalrymple.

"Who will haul it down?" / Dalrymple.

Print shows President William McKinley standing on a road leading to the White House at the end of the road, in the background; he is delivering a speech, with a group of newspaper editors and congressmen, to t... more

The idol of the aunties / Dalrymple.

The idol of the aunties / Dalrymple.

Print shows Emilio Aguinaldo standing at center, wearing military uniform, and holding a flag and a sword, around him are many old men dressed as women, supplicating themselves and tossing roses at his feet, am... more

The "living" issue / Keppler.

The "living" issue / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan pulling on strings attached to a skeleton labeled "16 to 1" trying to make it jump like a wooden toy.

The pigmies attack; but the government still lives / Keppler.

The pigmies attack; but the government still lives / Keppler.

Illustration shows President McKinley standing on the steps to the U.S. Capitol, holding up two flags, one labeled "Expansion" and the other labeled "Sound Money." Tiny figures at the foot of the steps show Wil... more

Another explosion at hand / Keppler.

Another explosion at hand / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan, using the hot-air from his "speeches", to inflate a large balloon labeled "Imperialism", of President McKinley dressed as the "Emperor of USA", holding a sceptor in on... more

A hint not taken / Dalrymple.

A hint not taken / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan offering a large knife labeled "16 to 1" to a laborer who is daydreaming about "Contentment", sitting next to a large bucket, labeled "1900", of golden eggs labeled "Sa... more

A hard game of "follow your leader" / Keppler.

A hard game of "follow your leader" / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan leading a donkey labeled "Dem" loaded down with a platform, including bunting, labeled "Democratic Platform" and boxes labeled "Anti-expansion," "Anti-trust," and "Free... more

Take your choice--Do you want a man who, having raised the stars and stripes on our new possessions, ... or a man who will cut down "Old Glory" ...? / Victor Gillam ; Sackett & Wilhelms Litho. & Ptg. Co., New York.

Take your choice--Do you want a man who, having raised the stars and s...

William McKinley raising U.S. flag in the Philippines, and William Jennings Bryan chopping it down, with U.S. flags flying over Puerto Rico and Cuba, as Uncle Sam and another man watch from U.S. soil.

Impudence / Ehrhart.

Impudence / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan offering his small, ineffective umbrella labeled "16 to 1," "Anti-trust," and "Anti-Expansion," to a woman labeled "Columbia" who is carrying a more effective umbrella ... more

It won't take / J.S. Pughe.

It won't take / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan holding a large bellows labeled "Bryanism", which he is using to fan the flames of a small campfire labeled "Imperialism." On the left side of the fire is Carl Schurz a... more

Nevermore / Keppler.

Nevermore / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan sitting at a desk on which are papers labeled "Free Silver Speeches", with a sorrowful look, he stares up at a raven perched on a bust of Pallas Athena labeled "Preside... more

"Tammany is great and Croker gets the profit" / Keppler.

"Tammany is great and Croker gets the profit" / Keppler.

Illustration shows Richard Croker looking pleased with himself, holding a large knife labeled "Tammany Vote" behind his back; hobbling down the road in the background is a wounded William Jennings Bryan.

The spider and the three silly flies / J.S. Pughe.

The spider and the three silly flies / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan as a large spider labeled "Free Silver" with three flies labeled "White, Schurz, [and] Godkin" caught in his web labeled "16 to 1," "Anti-expansion," "Chicago Platform"... more

The Chicago platform applied in St. Louis / J.S. Pughe.

The Chicago platform applied in St. Louis / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan, with a huge smile, sitting on the Democratic donkey labeled "Democracy" with a long, sad face; Bryan is gleefully waving his hat in the direction of a violent riot inv... more

The Aguinaldo guard / J.S. Pughe.

The Aguinaldo guard / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan standing in the stirrups of his mount, a donkey labeled "Democracy", directing the honor guard led by Adlai Stevenson, and including Henry R. Towne, Joseph Pulitzer, an... more

The riddle of the Sphinx / Keppler.

The riddle of the Sphinx / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan on his knees appealing to a sphinx with the face of former president Grover Cleveland.

Thanks to whom thanks are due / Dalrymple.

Thanks to whom thanks are due / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows President William McKinley, standing, leading a toast to a dejected William Jennings Bryan sitting in a chair labeled "Guest of Honor"; seated around the table are, among others, "Teddy" Roos... more

Wide-open New York welcomes Mr. Bryan / W.A. Rogers.

Wide-open New York welcomes Mr. Bryan / W.A. Rogers.

William Jennings Bryan in carriage, drawn by two zebras, surrounded by crowd of people holding signs supporting gambling, saloons, and crime.

Another cause for thanksgiving / Keppler.

Another cause for thanksgiving / Keppler.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam holding a rifle labeled "Prosperity" in his right hand and a hammer in his left hand; he has just nailed a fox pelt labeled "Bryanism" to the wall of a log cabin.

The vote of the gold democrats; -- their country's welfare before their party's welfare / Dalrymple.

The vote of the gold democrats; -- their country's welfare before thei...

Illustration shows members of the Democratic Party labeled "Sound Money Democrats" casting votes for President McKinley and showing their support for the "Sound Money" platform of the Republican Party; on the l... more

The "fake" beggar / Keppler.

The "fake" beggar / Keppler.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan with a prosthesis labeled "Anti-Expansion" attached to the knee on his right leg, which is labeled "16 to 1" and walking with the aid of a wooden cane labeled "Populism... more

A sad case / Dalrymple.

A sad case / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows Puck massaging the scalp of a deranged-looking Richard Olney who is sitting on a bench in a padded cell in the "Hopeless ward for incurables" and holding a rattle of William Jennings Bryan as... more

"Consistency, thou art a jewel!" / Dalrymple.

"Consistency, thou art a jewel!" / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows two views of William Jennings Bryan sitting at a desk working on his campaign principles; the lower scene shows Bryan preparing for the 1896 presidential election, to the right are Carl Schur... more

The "logical" candidate and his logic / J.S. Pughe.

The "logical" candidate and his logic / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows Willliam Jennings Bryan standing in front of a tree labeled "Business", looking up at three men, labeled "Manufacturing Trust," "Labor Trust," and "Farmer Trust," on a limb labeled "Combinati... more

The promised feast / J.S. Pughe.

The promised feast / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows President William McKinley, on the left, offering up a steaming plate of bloated male figures labeled "Commercial Trusts" and, on the right, William Jennings Bryan offering up a similar plate... more

"Tammany is great and Croker gets the profit" / Keppler.

"Tammany is great and Croker gets the profit" / Keppler.

Caricature showing Richard "Boss" Croker, in attire of a wealthy man, smiling and smoking a cigar, holding knife "Tammany vote", as William Jennings Bryan walks away on crutches.

He can't see them / Dalrymple.

He can't see them / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan carrying a banner that states "16 to 1 will help you" and Adlai E. Stevenson carrying a banner that states "I ran with Cleveland, vote for me", standing in front of a g... more

Trying to float the old wreck / J.S. Pughe.

Trying to float the old wreck / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan, standing in the "Presidential Sea", pulling on a rope tied to a shipwreck labeled "Democracy" which was "Stranded 1896" on rocks labeled "16 to 1", "Bryanism", and "Bo... more

A much-needed comedy element in the campaign of 1900 / Dalrymple.

A much-needed comedy element in the campaign of 1900 / Dalrymple.

Illustration showing Admiral George Dewey as a circus clown, with William Jennings Bryan on a donkey labeled "Dem Party" and William McKinley on an elephant labeled "GOP" under the big top of a circus; Puck, as... more

"Halt!" / Louis Dalrymple.

"Halt!" / Louis Dalrymple.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan attempting to tear down American flags in Cuba and the Philippines; the spirit of General Henry Ware Lawton, who was killed in the Philippines, orders Bryan to "Halt!" ... more

How will our German-American vote? / Dalrymple.

How will our German-American vote? / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows an elderly German American man with one hand pointing to his head and the other pointing to a coin bank labeled "Savings Bank" on a table, he winks to reinforce that he thinks his investments... more

Another explosion at hand / Keppler ; J. Ottmann Lith. Co., Puck Bldg., N.Y.

Another explosion at hand / Keppler ; J. Ottmann Lith. Co., Puck Bldg....

William Jennings Bryan using pipe, "speeches", to blow up William McKinley as balloon, "imperialism."

Shocked at corruption--"I do not see how it is possible for the plain every-day Republican to close his eyes to what is going on" - Mr. Bryan in a speech at Salem, Illinois, October 8 / W.A. Rogers.

Shocked at corruption--"I do not see how it is possible for the plain ...

Cartoon showing Richard "Boss" Croker seated in front of vault, labeled "We want all kinds of money," with William Jennings Bryan holding paper "... speech Republican corruption," and man holding briefcase "J.P... more

The Bryan-made crown; - it won't hold water / K.

The Bryan-made crown; - it won't hold water / K.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan holding a pitcher labeled "The Commoner" pouring water labeled "Editorials" into a paper crown labeled "McKinley's Crown," which is filled with holes and leaking water ... more

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