A satire on the publisher's own troubles with the Democratic establishment in New York. In his print shop Henry R. Robinson is confronted by an unidentified man (center, arms crossed) who says, "I am determined... more
Photos (possibly stereo halves) are ad for "James Cremer, photographer, and publisher of American scenery for the stereoscope, ... Philadelphia"
Illustration shows a vignette cartoon with William Dorsheimer seated at center in the "Office of the U.S. District Attorney and Editorial Rooms of the New York Star" where he receives a letter from "Daniel Mann... more
Illustration shows Customs official Edward L. Hedden holding a balance scale labeled "H.O. Thompson's Pat. Scales" with a man wearing a pin-stripe suit, holding a bottle of "Rum", and with papers extending from... more